Do your POA documents provide you sufficient authority to act on behalf of your loved one in an emergency? In 2018, North Carolina revised its Uniform Power of Attorney Act. North Carolinians, as well as those who recently moved here, should consider replacing their POA documents if they were prepared before 2018. Come to this…

Expect the Unexpected: Be Prepared Legally, Financially and Medically Without even a moment’s notice, you could become ill or injured and unable to take care of your own affairs. That’s why it’s so important to have all your legal, financial and medical ducks in a row—and someone ready to take care of them as soon…

**The following article, “Your Aging Parents, Their Money, and The Law”  was provided by Aging Family Services, who offer professional Geriatric Care Management in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  Learn more by visiting http://www.agingfamilyservices.com or call 919-781-5979.** Your Aging Parents, Their Money, And The Law By Cheryl Theriault (orginal article here)   If…