Getting Your Affairs in Order: Essential Legal Documents
ACTEC Fellow Bernard A. Krooks, an elder law expert, reviews the essential legal document such as Durable Power of Attorney (aka Financial Power of Attorney), and Advanced Healthcare Directives (Healthcare Proxy and Living Will) that should be in place.
Owning Property and Titling Assets
Should Your Adult Child Be A Co-Signer on Your Bank Account?
What is Joint Tenancy and When Should I Use It?
What is Probate?
How Does a Revocable Trust Avoid Probate?
What is a Revocable Trust and Do I Need One?
A common question among families beginning estate planning. ACTEC Fellow Professor Mary F. Radford frequently gives presentations on estate planning and guardianship and shares her insights with families in this video.
Understanding Power of Attorney
A fundamental question in estate planning. ACTEC Fellow Bernie Krooks explains why a Power of Attorney (POA) is the most important estate document you can sign in this video presentation.