Posted by Enita Kushi | Mar 11, 2022 |
The statistics are rather alarming. In 2005, 50% of Americans had a Last Will and Testament; today, only 32% have one. Meanwhile, only one in three Americans over the age of 55 has a durable power of attorney, and a mere 41% have their advance health care directives.
Why is this? According to st...
Posted by Enita Kushi | Jan 07, 2019 |
The person acting on your behalf is called the agent.
The agent is required to act on your behalf if it in your best interest.
You can have more than one agent by naming two or three co-agents who can act on your behalf.
If you lose your capacity and don't regain it, you cannot sign a new po...
Posted by Enita Kushi | Dec 31, 2018 |
The power of attorney gives an institution or individual you trust the power to act on your behalf (known as the agent). Why would you give someone else the right to act on your behalf? The reasons are many, important and ones that apply at any age. It is easy to see that a power of attorney can...