Choosing a Power of Attorney can seem like a daunting task, but it is a crucial step in planning for the future. Your Power of Attorney (POA) will have the power to legally handle your financial and legal affairs in the event that you become incapacitated or are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.
Have you ever wondered “Why should I have a Will?” To understand the importance of a Will you must understand what happens to your property if you die without a Will. This is a summary and there are exceptions to the discussion which follows.
When child custody and/or visitation plans are made, agreed to, and documented in writing, it is called a parenting plan.
Parents often build their own plans. However, guidance from an attorney is essential to ensure the plan is workable and considers all the important factors.
What would happen to your child if you died or became too disabled to provide care? It’s understandable that no parent likes to think about these questions, but in addition to creating a will, you must give this thought to create a plan for your child.