Property Powers of Attorney: Are You Aiding and Abetting Legalized Theft?
Just about all estate planners preach to their clients (and anyone else who will listen) about the efficacies of durable property powers of attorney, i.e., avoidance of a conservatorship or guardianship proceeding. But recent caselaw and statistics suggest a growing trend of abuse of property powers of attorney, particularly around the edge of capacity. In his exclusive LISI Webinar, Paul will review the following topics:
- ways to minimize the potential for mischief with property powers of attorney
- the anatomy of a property power of attorney
- Blended family powers of attorney traps for the unwary
- Ways to hold the agent accountable
- Ways to “encourage” third parties to accept property powers of attorney
- Use of escrow arrangements to hold property powers of attorney.
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Paul is an author, speaker and consultant on tax, estate and charitable planning. He also is a Vice- President with Thompson & Associates, a charitable estate planning firm. email@example.com.