Living Will- Legal Planning for Seniors Articles

  • Things You Can and Can't Do With Power of Attorney

    Whether you’ve been named as someone else’s power of attorney (POA) or you’re looking to appoint one for yourself, know what responsibilities and limitations come with this designation.

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  • Advance Care Directives: Preparations for the Unforeseeable Future

    An advance directive is a legal document that identifies a person’s health care preferences in the event that they become unable to make decisions for themselves. Advance care planning provides invaluable guidance and peace of mind for family members.

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  • The Difference Between POA, Durable POA, and a Living Will

    Familiarize yourself with the basic elder law documents that seniors and caregivers need. Create a cohesive legal, financial and medical plan that includes a will, advance directives, and powers of attorney (POA).

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  • Planning Ahead for Mom and Dad's Elderly Care

    Known as advanced care planning, have a conversation with your elderly parents on advance directives, wills, living trusts, health care proxies, and power of attorney before they get sick.

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  • Hospice Care for Advanced Dementia: When Is It Time?

    Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias progress slowly and unpredictably, which makes it hard for families and even doctors to determine when to bring in hospice. These guidelines can help you decide if a loved one is a candidate for end-of-life care.

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  • Why Elder Law Attorneys Aren’t Just for Seniors

    Working with an attorney who specializes in legal planning for older and disabled individuals gives senior clients peace of mind and allows their family members to understand and accept their roles and responsibilities before they must act on them.

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