Set achievable goals for 2015 by vowing to update your legal documents and put proper planning in place. It’s important for an experienced elder law attorney to review your planning every 3-5 years, as personal circumstances, state laws, and the nature of your assets may change over time. While every person has unique estate planning […]
This past week on our radio program, “Asset Protection Today,” on Talk Radio 850 WPTK (AM) with Attorney Bill Alexander, we were delighted to welcome Robert Friedman, the executive publisher of the North Carolina Triangle Edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. The Triangle Edition of Attorney at Law magazine showcases the personal achievements of top […]
Most people who hold a General Power of Attorney believe that it allows them to do “anything” that could be helpful, if needed. Not True! The opposite is true. It only allows an agent to do what is specifically authorized and has strict limitations. A General Durable Power of Attorney, also known as a financial […]
Many estate plans require the help of several professionals working together to ensure that your overarching plan for the distribution of your property at your death works the way that you intend. Often plans don’t work out the way you want because your property can be titled in so many different ways. It’s important to […]
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