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Almost everyone can benefit from an estate plan. “Estate Plan” is a general term for Wills, Trusts,Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills — all the legal documents you need to plan for your own death orpossible disability. Estate planning and tax planning should not be postponed. Even if you will not paytaxes, the most important…
The article below was published in the December 2011 issue of the Walworth County Aging & Disability Resource Center News. We are officially in the midst of another holiday season. With our families coming together to celebrate, many of us find it an opportune time to discuss topics not often raised throughout the rest of the…
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Who may act as an agent? Can I limit my agent’s authority? What are an agent’s responsibilities? The Durable Power of Attorney is a signed and notarized document by which one person, the principal, gives another person, an agent, authority to act on the principal’s behalf. The authority may be general, giving the agent broad power…
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