A Power Of Attorney Can Protect Your Parent From Financial Abuse

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One of the bigger jobs involved in the daily life of an elder law attorney is writing power of attorney documents. A power of attorney is a document in which a person, sometimes called the principal, appoints another person, an agent, to act on the senior’s behalf. The agent can be given very broad powers or just a few specific ones. Some people hire elder law attorneys to write up these documents so they can prevent a parent from becoming the victim of financial abuse.…

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Trespassers And Property Injuries: What To Know

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Most people would understandably be distressed to find that someone has been hurt on their property. However, things may be different when that person was trespassing. Read on to find out more.  By Invitation Only When a visitor to your home is hurt, you may be responsible for their injuries in many cases. Once you issue an invitation to “come in”, you are also taking on the burden of ensuring that visitors are not harmed while they are visiting.…

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What To Do If You Have Incriminating Evidence

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The possibility of having incriminating evidence in their possession can scare anyone. However, there are a few things you can do to minimize the potential damage. A criminal defense law attorney will tell you to do the following five things. Remain Calm Foremost, there’s no benefit to freaking out even if the evidence is the most damning to ever exist. There are options for presenting a defense, and none of them work better if you’re upset.…

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