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A Power of Attorney Gone Wrong (Part 2)

Last week we were discussing John Potter’s plight.  He executed a power of attorney in favor of his daughter and she transferred the home to herself, without his knowledge, even though the document didn’t give her the power to do so.  Then, why didn’t he get his house back? The news reports of the case […]

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A Power of Attorny Gone Wrong

A power of attorney is such an important document, often central to guiding our aging clients and their families through the maze of laws, benefits and issues they face as our population continues to age and lifespans are increased by advances in medical science.  However, this document must be carefully tailored and much thought must […]

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