Guardianships - the Nuclear Option to Estate Planning

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Guardianships help family members who need to make medical and financial decisions for an adult who is incapacitated. However, guardianships are far less dignified than powers of attorney or a trust. This class also identifies the difference between guardianships and conservatorships. This class will last 60 minutes

 

Class taught by: Beth A. Swagman, PLLC Elder Law & Estate Planning Services

Disclaimer: The speaker is presenting general information about stewardship and estate planning. Neither the materials nor the speaker's comments are to be construed as legal advice. The presentations by the speaker do not constitute a solicitation for potential clients and they do not create or attempt to create an attorney-client relationship with anyone in the audience or on the website.  If you have questions about your own personal circumstances, you should seek the advice of independent legal counsel. Any payment offered to the speaker is not compensation for legal services.

 

Estate Planning - Powers of Attorney

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If you are 18 years old, healthy, and own something, you may need powers of attorney. This class identifies the differences between powers of attorney for health care and powers of attorney for finances. 

 

Class taught by: Beth A. Swagman, PLLC Elder Law & Estate Planning Services

Disclaimer: The speaker is presenting general information about stewardship and estate planning. Neither the materials nor the speaker's comments are to be construed as legal advice. The presentations by the speaker do not constitute a solicitation for potential clients and they do not create or attempt to create an attorney-client relationship with anyone in the audience or on the website.  If you have questions about your own personal circumstances, you should seek the advice of independent legal counsel. Any payment offered to the speaker is not compensation for legal services.