Tag Archive | Power of Attorney

April 2009

Kathleen Cossa, PLC Kathleen Cossa, PLC an elder law attorney, was our speaker. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. http://www.naela.org. Kathleen suggested that the most important document everyone should have is a Durable Power of Attorney should you be incapacitated and can no longer manage your affairs as determined by […]

February 2008

Nancy Fiedelman, Eldercare Consultant Most people don’t plan – they deal with issues as they occur. It’s important to talk to your family members in advance because if you wait until you need help, you might not have the time to explore all the options. You will make better decisions if you have a good knowledge base. […]