Make New Powers of Attorney
Powers of attorney—documents that give someone authority to act for you if it’s ever necessary—are a big part of an estate plan. You should have two powers of attorney: one for healthcare (medical decisions), and one for financial matters. If you already have powers of attorney that give your former spouse authority to make decisions on your behalf, revoke them and make new documents.
And with the discussion of Powers of Attorney, we complete our mini-series on your will, post-divorce.
The attornies at Taroff & Taitz, LLP are poised to service any of your estate planning needs. If you have any questions regarding you will, probate, or estate planning, don’t hesitate to give us a call.