power of attorney vs conservatorship

Power of Attorney Vs. Conservator – A True Story!

Continuing our series about conservatorship guidelines in Connecticut, it’s important to touch base on whether you have any control over who the court appoints as your conservator and will it take into consideration your power of attorney agent. So after a brief hiatus to stay safe during the pandemic, FALSE FACTS FRIDAY is back! This…

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conservatorship in Connecticut

Conservatorship In Connecticut – Basic Guidelines

What Is a Conservatorship? Conservatorship in Connecticut means that the Court appoints a person or organization to manage the life of another adult. There are Voluntary and Involuntary conservatorships. We will discuss Voluntary Conservatorships in a subsequent article. This article discusses Involuntary Conservatorship. In an Involuntary Conservatorship, the adult being conserved has to be deemed…

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ethical will

What Is an Ethical Will?

An Ethical Will is the story of your life. All the personal knowledge, lessons, and tips you could pass on to your loved ones.

Unlike a traditional will, which focuses more on significant assets and money, the intention of an ethical will is to communicate your hopes, dreams, love, and learning for all future generations.

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What to include in a will

What To Include In a Will – A Simple Checklist

The first question you need to ask yourself is if the last will and testament the only thing you need. The reason why most people don’t ask themselves this question is because they are not aware that there is anything else. In most cases, if you think you need a will, you probably need an…

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power of attorney every 18 year old must sign

Critical Legal Documents Every 18 year old Must Sign

Why Does a College Student Need a Power of Attorney? Legally speaking, when your child reaches the age of majority (18), parents do not have the right to review the child’s medical records or make decisions for their child’s health care. Sounds crazy right? But that is in fact the law. The medical and financial…

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power of attorney types

What Are The 5 Main Power of Attorney Types?

What Is Power of Attorney? Power of attorney, or POA, allows a person of your choosing to manage your financial or medical affairs if you are unable to do so. without a POA in place, If you become incapacitated, the court will have to appoint a guardian or conservator, which takes time and money. The…

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