Adam Diran Attorney at Law

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Choose your financial power of attorney agent with care

A power of attorney is a document that allows you to choose someone to represent you. This person, called your agent or your attorney-in-fact, can take over many tasks for you including banking transactions, paying bills, buying or selling property, filing your tax returns, signing contracts, applying for benefits and hiring people to care for you.

DIY estate planning mistakes can cause serious issues

Family dynamics differ for everyone. Some people may have close, loving relatives that they enjoy spending time with, and others may have difficult family relationships that lead to estrangement or conflict. In either case, it is important for individuals to go through the estate planning process to ensure that the people they want to receive assets or that they do not want to receive assets are aptly addressed.

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