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  • Why Do You Need Durable Powers of Attorney in Your Estate Plan?
    Why Do You Need Durable Powers of Attorney in Your Estate Plan?

    When you think about estate planning, durable powers of attorney (DPOAs) probably are not the first documents that come to mind. Yet, they are an extremely important part of every estate plan. Your ...

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  • What Happens If Family Members Disagree About Care of an Elder Parent?
    What Happens If Family Members Disagree About Care of an Elder Parent?

    Aging parents often need help with personal care, health concerns, and financial decisions. They may even lose the mental capacity to make decisions and care for themselves. If an elderly parent has ...

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  • When Do You Need to Update Your Estate Plan?
    When Do You Need to Update Your Estate Plan?

    Creating an estate plan gives you the peace of mind that you’ve taken the necessary steps to protect your family for the future. As time goes by, don’t forget that keeping your plan up-to-date is just ...

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  • Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances
    Why Your Coronavirus (COVID-19) Checklist Should Include Durable Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finances

    At BRMM, we share all the concerns of every individual, family, and business as our country faces this unprecedented time in our lives. We echo the reassurance of health care experts that we can all ...

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  • Does Your Aging Parent Have the Mental Capacity to Make a Will?
    Does Your Aging Parent Have the Mental Capacity to Make a Will?

    Michigan law requires that an individual must have “sufficient mental capacity” to make a will in order for the document to be valid. This requirement provides the basis for a court challenge to the ...

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  • Medicaid Planning Options for Elder Married Couples Affirmed in Landmark Michigan Court Cases
    Medicaid Planning Options for Elder Married Couples Affirmed in Landmark Michigan Court Cases

    Two landmark decisions from the Michigan appellate courts provide important Medicaid planning strategies for elder married couples when one spouse needs nursing home or long-term care. These tools may ...

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