New Video Reveals The Most Overlooked Estate Planning Document

This Most Overlooked Estate Planning Document Is Also
One Of The Most Important AND The Most Dangerous ...

The Durable Power of Attorney

Why do you need a durable power of attorney and what are the
dangers?

This brief new video gets you thinking.

Married?

Without a durable power of attorney, when one spouse becomes incapacitated,
you may not be able to sell or refinance your house even if you're married.

Single?  

Who can handle your IRA home, or investments if you're
incapacitated? 

So it sounds like we should all have a customized and well drafted durable power of attorney.

Yet, if the power of attorney is released too soon, a divorcing spouse or
unscrupulous agent (the person with the power) might be able to
do undesirable things.

So, how do you balance these issues and protect yourself with this vital
estate planning tool?

Watch this new video for more information




David Frees can be reached for questions about an effective state of the art
will, trust, durable and medical powers of attorney and living wills at any one of his firm offices located throughout Chester County and serving Chester, Montgomery, Berks, Bucks and Delaware counties.

David Frees: 610-933-8069. 
 
David M. Frees, III
Attorney, Speaker and Author
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