You may want to set up power of attorney, if you’d like someone else to make decisions on your behalf. Special power of attorney has a narrow scope. It grants someone the right to act for you in certain situations. It can be helpful in financial decision-making.
Remote mental health care use among Veterans Affairs patients has jumped dramatically as normal medical care appointments were disrupted and veterans forced into self-isolation because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Two pieces of legislation introduced at the federal level aim to support affordable senior housing residents and providers during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as ensure that elder abuse training materials include individuals with dementia.
Estate planning strategies such as family limited partnerships and gifts to charitable trusts are part of an estate planning professional’s toolbox to achieve client goals, such as minimizing taxes, effectuating philanthropic plans, teaching younger generations about a family business and passing on wealth.