Disability Planning FAQs

Who Should Be Your Successor Trustee?

If you have a revocable living trust, you probably named yourself as trustee so you can continue to manage your own financial affairs, but eventually someone, as your successor trustee, will need to step in for you when you are no longer able to act due to incapacity...

Top Reasons Why You Need a Comprehensive Durable Power of Attorney

The benefits of a highly detailed, comprehensive power of attorney are numerous. Unfortunately, many powers of attorney are more general in nature and can actually cause more problems than they solve, especially for our senior population. This post highlights the...

Four Important Legal Documents If You Have Alzheimer’s

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, it is important to start your estate planning immediately. There are four important legal documents to help you once you become incapacitated, but if you don't already have them in place,...

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