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What is a Durable Power of Attorney?

What is a Power of Attorney? A Power of Attorney ("POA") is a document someone signs (the "principal") giving someone else (the "agent") authority to do things the principal could have done if he or she was able. There are two types of Power of Attorneys that people think about.  [...]

Guest Post: What Arizonans Need to Know About Health Insurance

Today I'm delighted to share an article from my friend Kristin Dorn at the Dorn Agency about today's hot button issue: health insurance.* What Every Arizonan Should Know About Health Insurance The frustration is mounting with health insurance. The website is a mess. The premiums are higher than many expected. [...]

By |November 20th, 2013|Guest Posts|0 Comments

Top 10 Estate Planning Mistakes

As an estate planning attorney, I hear stories every day about common estate planning mistakes and their consequences.  Mistakes can vary, but often result in someone not adequately planning to take care of themselves during their life, planning for their disability, and planning for their survivors after passing. With a [...]

Scottsdale Trust Attorney

Scottsdale trust attorney Abigail Neal is a second generation Arizona native who enjoys helping her clients meet their personal and professional goals.  One part of Abby's practice is creating trusts for clients as part of a comprehensive estate plan.   Scottsdale trust attorney Abby Neal is often asked the following questions [...]

National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2013

This week is National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2013!   In 2008, the National Associate of Estate Planners and Councils (NAEPC) worked with Congress to pass a resolution to proclaim the third week of October as National Estate Planning Awareness Week.  The resolution stated “Many Americans are unaware that lack [...]

The $400M Reclusive Heiress, Her Nurse and a Battle of Wills

Huguette Clark was born in 1906 into a life of wealth and privilege, the daughter of an American copper and railroad baron, raised in a 121-room Manhattan mansion, the city’s largest private residence. She could have enjoyed the high life of parties and travel, but instead opted for seclusion and [...]

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