powers of attorney

Two Legal Documents People With Onset Alzheimer's Disease MUST Get

A large portion of our client base consists of families affected by the horrible diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease.  When doing planning for a client with Alzheimer's Disease, we have to take into consideration the client's mental capacity to understand the documents being signed.  Remember that it is the client with the disease who must sign the estate planning documents; the person caring for the client may not sign the legal document on behalf of the client.  
 

One Attorney’s Case Against Do It Yourself Estate Planning

Everywhere you turn these days, it seems you hear another advertisement for a company that can help you set up a simple will online, from the comfort of your own home.  As an estate planning attorney, it’s pretty common for friends or acquaintances to say to me, “We need to get a will.  Can we do it ourselves or do we need to use an attorney?”  

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