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July 2013 Archives

Estate administration for special needs dependents in Virginia

Planning an estate is already a challenging task which can be complicated in many situations. However, when one has a person who is handicapped or has some other type of special needs depending on one for financial support, planning an estate can be even more important in Maryland or in any other state. This will require one ensures that the dependent person will receive support through the estate administration process when the time arrives.

Healthcare power of attorney important for all ages in Maryland

Those who have children who are now adults are used to taking care of others, but these parents may now be wondering who will take care of them when they are no longer able to do so. Nobody can predict the future in Maryland or any other state. One never knows when a medical emergency will occur which could leave a person incapacitated. One option to address this is through a legal document known as a healthcare power of attorney.

Organization is important for estate administration in Maryland

After one's death, his or her estate must be administered for the benefit of its rightful heirs. If one has done proper estate planning, this job could be quite simple. However even with the right estate planning documents estate administration could still be a challenge if nobody knows where the estate planning documents as well as financial and personal information are located. Unfortunately, organization is one of the most important -- yet most commonly neglected -- aspects of planning an estate in Maryland or elsewhere.

Power of attorney document must be kept current in Maryland

Life is full of surprises, which just cannot be predicted. At any moment a person in Maryland or any other state can be involved in a serious accident and be left incapacitated. Along with the obvious physical challenges and emotional difficulties for loved ones, there are also financial concerns regarding who will be in charge of one's funds and assets while one is incapacitated and unable to make decisions for himself or herself. This is why having a power of attorney document in place is essential.

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