Eldery parents My husbands parents are getting older and don’t seem to have…

Eldery parents
My husbands parents are getting older and don’t seem to have things in ”order” They are open to help but we don’t know exactly what to do. poa? living will? dpoa?

5 thoughts on “Eldery parents My husbands parents are getting older and don’t seem to have…

  1. Re: Eldery parents
    Contact an Estate planning Attorney that is located near your parents.

    Ryan P. McClure
    The Law Offices of Ryan P. McClure
    8300 Utica Ave., Suite 157
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

  2. Re: Eldery parents
    If they haven’t yet done estate planning, they should contact an estate planning attorney in their area, who will take care of all of these things for them.

    Jonas Grant
    Law Office of Jonas M. Grant, A.P.C.
    20700 Ventura Blvd., Suite 328
    Woodland Hills, CA 91364

  3. Re: Eldery parents
    Your husband’s parents should consider an estate planning package which would include powers of attorney for health care and financial decisions, an instrument which would provide for the distribution of their assets on death, and a living will (also called a medical directives form). This package can be obtained from most estate planning attorneys for a reasonable price.

    Robert Mccoy
    Law Office Of Robert McCoy
    204 N. San Antonio Ave.
    Ontario, CA 91762

  4. Re: Eldery parents
    I suggest you get and read my book “How You Can Protect Your Loved Ones in the Event of Death or Disability (Without Paying a Legal Fees}” Not only does it explain virtually everything you need to know in plain English, but it contains in the Appendix a copy of the Legacy Living Trust Package. This is a complete trust package for the Middle Class including a Living trust for single or for married people, a durable general power of attorney, an advance healthcare directive, an Abstract of Trust, all necessary transfer documents and instructions. Having taught literally hundreds of seminars to thousand of regular middle class people, I have learned how to answer the most important questions in language understandable to all. Having learned over 30 years that most people that go to an attorney to pay $1200 or more for these documents don’t understand the language in the unnecessarily complicated documents, don’t understand what they are doing and why, and ofen make common but avoidable mistakes, I created the Legacy Living Trust Package.

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    Agian, the book is, to my knowledge, the only one written for regular people in the middle class, and it contains in an appendix the Legacy Living Trust Package, which to my knowledge is the only complete fill-in the blanks trust package written in simple English (no Legalese) that will be valid in every State in the US.

    Mitchell Roth
    MW Roth, Professional Law Corporation
    13245 Riverside Dr. Suite 320
    Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

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