Naming a successor or backup person for your power of attorney is a critical step to ensure you have an effective power of attorney.
Power of attorney forms may be found on the internet from various sources. For example, in the State of Ohio has a statutory form power of attorney as part of its statutory code. For Ohio residents, ProSeniors is another organization that has downloadable statutory form power of attorney forms online - these do not include … Continue reading Power of Attorney Forms – Do you Just Sign? Do you Notarize? Do you have Witness Signatures?
There are many aspects of health care planning including Medicare and Medicaid. It is never too soon to think about your health care plan and how you want to live. People are living longer and need assistance with activities of daily living (e.g., mobility, bathing, dressing, eating). Adult children may be working full time or … Continue reading Health Care Planning – Living Wills and Durable Health Care Power of Attorney