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Can I Name Two People to Serve as My POA at the Same Time?

Yes, you can name two people to serve as your agent at the same time, they would be co-agents. It’s just a…

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Can a Will Be Revoked Even If it is Not Writing?

Surprisingly, yes. You can revoke a will as long as there’s some overt act that shows the intent to revoke the document….

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Can I Transfer my Assets Just Before Going into a Nursing Home to Qualify for Medicaid?

  Yes, you can do that. It makes me a little nervous when you say transfer, because you can’t give assets away….

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Does a Revocable Living Trust Protect my Property from Creditors?

A revocable trust does not protect your assets from creditors. You are the grantor, you set up the trust. You are the…

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Do I Need an Attorney for Estate Planning?

Do you have to have an attorney? No. Do you want to have one? Yes. An attorney’s going to take things and…

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Do I Need a Living Will, Health Care Proxy and Power of Attorney?

  I think everybody over the age of 18 needs to have a durable power of attorney, in case something happens, somebody…

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What are my Options if my Spouse Goes into a Nursing Home?

Can they transfer all their assets to me and apply for medicaid? Yes, here in the state of Florida, a husband and…

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Do I Need to Give Away My Assets for my Spouse to Enter a Nursing Home?

No, not at all. Here in the state of Florida a husband and wife are not responsible for the medical bills of…

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If I Name Beneficiaries for my Bank Accounts, Do I Have to Include Them in my Will?

Do you have to? No. Is it a good idea to? Yes, most definitely. What happens if the funds in that bank…

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If I Become Incapacitated, Will I Need a DPOA If I Have a Living Trust?

If a person’s incapacitated and has a revocable trust, you still want to make sure you have that durable power of attorney….

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