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What Is Power of Attorney & How to Get It –...

A power of attorney, often abbreviated as POA, is a document allowing capable adults to name someone to serve as their representative, or allow...
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How to Talk to Your Aging Parents About Estate Planning &...

There is one guarantee in life that none of us can escape: We will all die someday. If we're lucky enough, we'll do this...
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Are you planning your will and estate? Do you want to ensure your pets are taken care of if something happens? These tips will help you understand the basics of estate planning, including what you need to know about wills, trusts, and powers of attorney for your pets.
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If you're like most people, thinking about your death and paying a lawyer to help you prepare for it doesn't sit well with you....
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Estate Planning for Millennials – How to Get Started

Millennials have diverse needs and desires, but some truisms in life hold for every adult, regardless of their generation: They need to develop a comprehensive estate plan. Fortunately, most younger adults can spend just an hour or two each year creating and updating their estate plan. Here’s how.