If a person’s incapacitated and has a revocable trust, you still want to make sure you have that durable power of attorney. So the answer to that question is yes, the trust document only controls what assets are titled or funded inside of that. The power of attorney’s going to cover everything else. An example of which might be an IRA or a 401(k) or even a life insurance policy, possibly a piece of property. You definitely want to make sure you have both documents. Don’t wait to contact our firm if you have any questions. Head to our YouTube Channel for my Q&As.