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The New York Times has an article on the importance of having a will. I think this article makes some very valid points, and is worth reading. As a lawyer who focuses on estate planning, when I mention that people should have wills, durable power of attorneys, and healthcare power of attorneys they assume my … More NY Times Article on Why you need a Will
If a couple ever gets divorced they need to change more than just a relationship status. Durable Power of Attorney and Healthcare Power of Attorneys are not changed automatically with a divorce. Each party of the divorce needs to redo these documents to indicate that you no longer want this person to make medical decisions … More Divorce – impact on legal documents
What is the difference between a virtual lawyer and a mobile lawyer? The simple answer is that a mobile lawyer is unteathered from a specific office location, whereas a virtual lawyer is delivering legal services to clients online. A mobile lawyer meets a client at the client’s home or office. A mobile lawyer may do … More Virtual Lawyer vs. Mobile Lawyer
I encourage my clients to have BOTH a Durable Power of Attorney and a Healthcare Power of Attorney. Why? Because they cover two different aspects that will need to be covered should you not be able to make these decisions. A Healthcare Power of Attorney addresses medical issues, and the person you select to make … More Durable vs. Healthcare Power of Attorney
Why should I hire a lawyer for my will? Why should I hire a lawyer to document my healthcare wishes? Why would I need a lawyer to prepare a power of attorney? These questions and more will be answered on the FAQ page.