Who will make decisions about your finances and health (maybe even your life) if you get COVID-19?
Adding an adult child to your house deed, or giving them the home outright, might seem like a smart thing to do. It usually isn’t.
Under Illinois law, an individual holding a power of attorney is a fiduciary as a matter of law. The person designated as a power of attorney agent owes a fiduciary duty to the principal—the person making the designation.
With the economy slowly reopening and stay-at-home orders expiring, what do those at increased risk need to know to stay safer?
C19 UPDATE: Did You Get a Paycheck Protection Program Loan? Take These Steps Now to Qualify for Forgiveness
Amid the climate of uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic that is sweeping the nation, people are grappling with the difficult subject of estate planning … and not taking any chances.
Has a loved one named you their financial power of attorney? Are you ready to take on all the responsibilities that entails? Hopefully, you won’t be called into action anytime soon, but with the coronavirus pandemic continuing, it’s something to think about.
We should take this opportunity to learn again what it really means to be social and find new forms of social connection.
It can be frustrating and nerve-racking when you can’t see a loved one face-to-face — a fact that so many family members with loved ones in assisted living or nursing home facilities are discovering during the coronavirus outbreak. To protect those who are most at risk of complications from the disease caused by the coronavirus, COVID-19, health officials have announced strict rules for some facilities with vulnerable older residents.
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