By Cheyenne N. Riker
Clendening Johnson & Bohrer, P.C.
Powers of attorney are perhaps the most commonly executed legal documents. They are largely considered a crucial element to every estate plan because they allow the principal to nominate a third party to act for them in the event the principal is unable to act, thereby avoiding the necessity of expensive guardianship proceedings. This brief overview should provide practitioners and professionals with some ideas on how to approach powers of attorney in their respective practices. Continue reading