When the Governor issued a list of essential services that included legal services, my office was relieved. The number of people who need legal assistance has actually increased in many ways, especially in my area during this pandemic, elder law.… Read More »
When you reach eighteen (18) years of age in Indiana, you can legally contract and execute asset protection and estate planning such as a Last Will and Testament, a Trust, Healthcare Representative, Durable Power of Attorney… Read More »
Obviously, this is a reference to Don McClean’s famous song “American Pie” of several famous musicians’ deaths from a plane crash in 1959.
Arguably, in the past 2 years, we have lost the most music icons in modern history. George Michael, David Bowie, Glenn Frey, Prince, Merle Haggard, Leonard Cohen, and Glen Campbell were hugely popular and influential performers who have recently passed away.… Read More »
A Power of Attorney is a written document which gives a person, or persons, of your choice the authority to take actions or make decisions on your behalf. Once you’ve chosen a person (or persons) to help you make important decisions, that person (or persons) is called your “attorney-in-fact”. Your attorney-in-fact may have authority to act in your place for financial or other purposes. It is important to trust this person with your finances.… Read More »