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Duties of an Agent Under a Power of Attorney in Michigan

A power of attorney allows a person, known as the principal, to give authority to an agent to handle some or all of their financial affairs. This could include managing the principal’s assets while they are temporarily unavailable, making all of th… Click here to learn more
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A Patient Advocate’s Responsibilities to a Patient Who Is Under Quarantine in Michigan

Designating someone who can make medical decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated is an important part of the estate planning process. This is often known as a “medical power of attorney.” Michigan law calls it a “designation of pat… Click here to learn more
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What is The Right to Try Act?

It’s never a situation we plan to be in, but have you ever wondered what your options would be if you were diagnosed with a terminal illness? Unfortunately, many people are faced with this reality and up until last year Click here to learn more
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Medical and Durable Powers of Attorney​: What's the Difference?

Who gets to make important decisions for you if you are in the hospital? What about financial decisions? It is important to have both a medical and durable power of attorney in place to give authority to the right loved ones, and help them understand… Click here to learn more
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​Why College Students Need Powers of Attorney

Parents have just sent their college students back to school for another semester. Maybe they are helping their kids plan for a semester abroad or a spring break vacation. Find out why that plan should include powers of attorney and other estate plan… Click here to learn more
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