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Estate Planning for Young Couples – Why They Need a Power of Attorney or Will
Estate planning isn’t just for old people. Even young couples need a power of attorney or a will.



Is a Power of Attorney Valid in Other States?
If written properly, your power of attorney should be valid in all 50 states. At Brightwell Elder and Probate Law, we can help.



Young People and Powers of Attorney
Even young people can benefit from having a power of attorney. At Brightwell Elder and Probate Law, we can help.



Should I Have a Backup Person named in my Power of Attorney?
It is always a good idea to have a backup individual named in your power of attorney. At Brightwell Elder and Probate Law, we can help. Licensed in Kentucky and Indiana,



Powers of Attorney Should be Focused



Naming Multiple People in your Power of Attorney
It can sometimes be a good idea to name different individuals with different roles in your power of attorney. At Brightwell Elder and Probate Law, we can help.



Limited Powers of Attorney



Financial and Healthcare Powers of Attorney
It is important to have both financial and healthcare powers of attorney in place. At Brightwell Elder and Probate Law, we can help.



Durable Power of Attorney
A durable power of attorney is an important document to have as part of your estate planning. At Brightwell Elder and Probate Law, we can help.


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