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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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  • 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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  • Challenging a Patient Advocate Designation / Healthcare Durable Power of Attorney
    Challenging a Patient Advocate Designation / Healthcare Durable Power of Attorney

    When an individual signs a legally valid patient advocate designation , the document gives another person the authority to make healthcare decisions for the individual who signed should he or she ...

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  • What Is a Patient Advocate Designation?
    What Is a Patient Advocate Designation?

    What happens if you or a family member is too injured or ill to make medical decisions for themselves? In Michigan, you can designate someone to be your “patient advocate” in the event that you lose ...

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