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Protect Your Family With A Durable Power Of Attorney

Most doctors have a properly executed will that pays off their debts and taxes, and disposes of their wealth, in the event of their death. Unfortunately, most have made no provisions if they become disabled or legally incompetent due to serious illness or accident.

How will the doctor’s savings and investments be handled if she cannot handle them herself? How will ongoing obligations such as mortgages, children’s tuition bills, and even family living expenses be paid if the doctor cannot sign checks, sell investments, or transfer funds?

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