Posts Tagged ‘Power of Attorney’

“3d Man With Question Mark” by David Castillo Dominici


You’ve had your will (or living trust) drawn up and have checked that task off of your “to do” list.  Where is it?  Who knows where it is?  And the same questions can be asked about your Power of Attorney, your Advanced Directive, Living Will and HIPAA Waiver. We receive numerous phone calls from people

Balancing the Checkbook.


A “Power of Attorney” is a written authorization to represent or act on another’s behalf in private affairs, business or some other legal matter. This written authorization may also be referred to as a “Durable Power of Attorney” of a “Financial Power of Attorney”. The person authorizing the other to act is the “Principal” and

Power of Attorney for college

Must Have Legal Documents for College Bound Students

Families with college-bound students are often ill-prepared for medical and legal issues that may arise while their student is off at school. Now that college students are 18 years old a host of privacy laws and regulations prevent access to information that the parents always had. Some families start to experience this when their student