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Power of Attorney FAQ

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Power of Attorney FAQ

A Durable Power of Attorney may be the most important of all legal documents. This legal document gives another person the right to do certain things for the maker of the Power of Attorney.  What those things are depends upon what the Power of Attorney says.  A person giving a Power of Attorney can make it very broad or can limit the Power of Attorney to certain acts.

Powers and Duties of an Agent

Using the Power of Attorney

Financial Management and the Liability of an Agent

Relationship of Power of Attorney to Other Legal Devices

Health Care and the Power of Attorney

Conservators and Powers of Attorney

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At Keystone Elder Law, we believe that the physical, social, legal, and financial considerations of our clients all intertwine. We utilize an interdisciplinary approach to evaluate each area, which allows for the creation of a plan that addresses the concerns of the individual as a whole as well as the family. To this end, our model of practice includes a Care Coordinator (usually a nurse or social worker), whose expertise complements our team of attorneys.

When the road of life is smooth, decisions about legal and financial matters are easy to push aside for “a rainy day.” Planning ahead, however, will allow for more options as you view the map of where you’ve been and where you want to go. Don’t let a crisis limit your choices or derail your plans.

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