Elderly estate planning will inevitably include discussions of probate. You may wish to plan for a smooth probate process or investigate how to limit or eliminate your estate's involvement with a probate court.
Inheritance disputes can arise for many reasons. The unexpected creditor can disrupt your inheritance. You and your relatives might have concerns about someone's undue influence on an elderly loved one.
A power of attorney provides people not only with peace of mind but control after unpredictable events. This legal document allows a person to appoint an agent to make decisions about finances and health care and manage those affairs should the person become unable to do so.
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