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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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  • A Will Is Not an Estate Plan (Here’s Why)
    A Will Is Not an Estate Plan (Here’s Why)

    A Will is a basic part of most estate plans, but an estate plan includes much more than just a Last Will and Testament. A complete estate plan includes other essential legal documents that protect you ...

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  • Florida Powers of Attorney: What Michigan Snowbirds Need to Know
    Florida Powers of Attorney: What Michigan Snowbirds Need to Know

    In our Michigan estate planning practice at Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras, P.C., we work with clients who spend part of the year in the Sunshine State or who have real estate or other interests ...

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  • I'm a Florida Snowbird from Michigan - Where Should I Find a Lawyer?
    I'm a Florida Snowbird from Michigan - Where Should I Find a Lawyer?

    If you are one of the significant number of Michiganders who flock to Florida in the winter, your legal matters need to take the laws of both states into account — but how can you make sure that ...

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  • The Interplay Between Powers of Attorney, Guardianships, and Conservatorships
    The Interplay Between Powers of Attorney, Guardianships, and Conservatorships

    When you are thinking about planning your estate, it may seem simple or, alternatively, overwhelming. But the truth is, estate planning is neither simple nor overwhelming. A great estate planner can ...

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  • What Happens When A Power of Attorney Acts Improperly?
    What Happens When A Power of Attorney Acts Improperly?

    A person appoints a power of attorney (POA) to make decisions for himself or herself – usually a spouse, parent, or adult child — for a variety of reasons. Most commonly, people create POA’s to be ...

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