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What is Durable Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney is a legal arrangement where one person - the Principal - authorizes another person - the Agent - to "stand in their shoes" and act on their behalf. The relationship of Principal and Agent has been around a very, very long time. The best way that I've found to explain this ...

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Older & Wiser - Basic Legal Knowledge
A Cautionary Tale I recently had a daughter call about bringing her mother to me to draw up a trust. I questioned why the mother wasn't calling me herself which should have happened since the mother, not the daughter, would be my client. I asked the daughter some typical screening questions over the phone ...

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Veteran Benefits
Many qualified Ohio veterans are not aware of medical, compensation and/or pension benefits to which they are entitled. Surviving spouses and dependents of deceased veterans in Ohio may also be eligible ...  Read More>>>
Power of Attorney
What are these powers of attorney? A Power of Attorney is a written document in which a competent adult individual (the "principal") appoints another competent adult individual (the ...  Read More>>>
Estate Planning Elder Law Guide
Estate Planning: Planning for death to get the assets to whom you want, when you want, the way you want, with the least amount of taxes and legal fees possible. Elder Law: Planning for disability to get the ...  Read More>>>
Financial Abuse of the Elderly
When a loved one gets older, it is common for use to worry about them. Are their needs being met? Should they be put in a home? Can we trust those who are looking after them? Sadly, these causes for concern ...  Read More>>>
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When a Parent Needs a Guardian
We are all acquainted with the process of when an orphaned minor needs a guardian until he or she becomes an adult. But what happens at the other end of the age ...
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Power of Attorney - Use With Caution
A power of attorney is an instrument that authorizes an "agent" to act on behalf of someone else (the "principal") in a legal or business matter. ...
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3 Lessons on Durable Powers of Attorney
Durable Powers of attorney are an essential ingredient in a complete estate plan, which allow for continued financial management in the event of incapacity. Under a ...
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