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  • Wisconsin Legislature Tackles Digital Assets

    However, in the absence of those types of settings, a will or power of attorney could be used.

  • Long-Term Care Insurance and Alternatives | Houston Elder Law Attorneys

    As Houston Elder Law Attorneys, we know that taking care of an aging relative can be emotional, time-consuming That is why it is critical to talk to an experienced Houston elder attorney before you invest.

  • Estate Planning Myths

    You can write a power of attorney document to state that someone close to you can make decisions on your Speak With an Attorney About Options for Estate Planning There are many myths about estate planning out estate plans, reach out to the Your Legacy Legal Care and speak with an experienced estate planning attorney

  • Modifying Estate Plans After a Serious Illness

    Designate a Medical Power of Attorney Documenting your preferences for end-of-life care is just the start you are making such important arrangements, you should consider appointing an agent for your medical power of attorney. of attorney will be there to make additional calls as needed. Meet with an Estate Planning Attorney It can be scary to plan for the future when you are not sure what

  • Do I Need a Prenup?

    If that’s the case, you need to talk with a qualified estate planning attorney to draft a prenuptial While you’re at it, put all other estate planning documents in place, like a will, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care directives. Make certain that you talk with a qualified estate planning attorney.

  • Houston Elder Lawyer Answers, “When should I start planning for long-term care?”

    Additionally, we make sure that you have all of the proper legal documents such as powers of attorney When setting up your plan, it is important to meet with an attorney that not just handles estates, but long-term care plan or would like to discuss the documents that you need, contact our Houston elder attorneys

  • KU Alum Sets up Scholarship for Rural Students

    The gift will also provide $400,000 for Reach out and Read Kansas City. That program partners with doctors to provide books for children and to encourage parents to read to them. “Small towns aren’t as isolated now as when I grew up,” Michael Cummings said. “But there’s still a difference in resources that are available and in the kind of things you become aware of. I’m hoping this scholarship will help some people who will have a similar experience to what I have had, which is to find a career that wasn’t on their radar and from there to end up with a wonderful and fulfilling career.” Cummings’ wife, Pamela Miller said the scholarship expresses their gratitude to KU for making Michael’s career possible. “I know how much he loves what he does and how good he is at it, and his career has brought tremendous benefit to our lives,” she said. “In turn we can help make a difference. We can not only pay back, but we also can pay forward.” “We are grateful to Michael and Pamela for their love of our school,” said Dean Mahesh Daas. “This scholarship will give students who come from rural communities the opportunity to become part of the vision we have for all of our students, and that is that each should become a pioneering force for achieving global impact through design.” Their gift for Reach Out and Read Kansas City shows the Cummings’ lifelong interest in books. Pamela said that Reach out and Read Kansas City is a win-win for children. It’s a nonprofit program at the KU Medical Center, which is a member of the national Reach Out and Read Program. Reference: University of Kansas (January 11, 2016) “A passion for architecture, reading sparks $2 million estate gift” #CharitableDonation #HoustonEstatePlanningLawyer #HoustonPowerofAttorney

  • Why You Should Have an Estate Plan

    wishes for your beneficiaries and usually involves the assistance of an estate planning or elder law attorney By including a medical power of attorney and a statutory durable power of attorney in an estate plan, At a minimum, you should have a will and powerful powers of attorney.

  • Family Matters: Planning Mistakes Small Business Owners Should Avoid

    A meeting with an experienced estate planning attorney will help you understand your options and make something you worked so hard for to be gone in an instant due to a small error in an online will or power of attorney.

  • Powerful Estate Planning Tools for Charitable Giving

    Here are just a few of the most powerful estate planning tools you can use when considering your charitable

  • Retirement Tips and Answers to Tough Questions

    Questions arise when this happens, and people wonder if they need to throw away their wills and powers of attorney and draw up new ones. Also, a power of attorney, which gives the authority to the person you have selected to act for you in Some states have their own forms and wording for creating a power of attorney—forms with which local Why take the chance that a power of attorney in one state might not pass muster in another?

  • How to Get Emergency Guardianship of an Elderly Parent in Texas

    Alternatives to guardianship, like power of attorney, may provide the ability to make decisions that Our attorneys can help craft a guardianship strategy for your parent’s needs. Showing that no other alternatives are viable, such as medical power of attorney to arrange their care immediate danger to the person or property and what authority is necessary to protect the person An Attorney If you need to pursue emergency guardianship of a parent in Texas, trust our dedicated attorneys to guide

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