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Spelling Out Your Medical Wishes Clearly: Living Will vs POA
Spelling Out Your Medical Wishes Clearly: Living Will vs POA When it comes to planning for potential incapacity or end-of-life healthcare decisions, two key legal documents come into play - the power of attorney and the living will. Many of our clients have questions about the difference between the two. That’s why our attorneys at Cary Estate Planning make it…
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Probate Timeline: How Long Do You Have to File Probate After Death?
Losing a loved one is undoubtedly one of life's most challenging experiences. Amidst the grief and emotional turmoil, practical matters such as probate may seem overwhelming. But here's the straightforward truth: understanding the Cary probate process is crucial, and we're here to help you with it at Cary Estate Planning. In this guide, we'll answer a pressing question: "How long…
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Who Can Override a Power of Attorney (POA): Understanding the Key Factors
Dealing with legal matters like power of attorney can seem complex, confusing, and filled with uncertainty. Thankfully, we at Cary Estate Planning are here to help. Imagine this scenario: You've assigned someone to make crucial decisions on your behalf, but circumstances change. Is it possible to take back the reins? How do you ensure your best interests are protected? That's…
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How to Get Power of Attorney for Someone Who is Incapacitated
You've found yourself in a situation where a loved one is incapacitated and unable to manage their own affairs, leading you to consider Power of Attorney (POA). You're likely feeling overwhelmed by the gravity of this responsibility, but your desire to help those in need shows your compassion and commitment. This article aims to empower you with knowledge about obtaining…
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Should I Establish a Power of Attorney in Case I Get COVID?
Due to the threat of COVID-19, many people are considering what will happen to them and their families if they contract the virus. Unfortunately, severe cases may leave a person incapacitated and unable to make important decisions for themselves. If you are worried for the future, one important estate planning tool at your disposal is a Power of Attorney. This…
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