Today we’ll talk about one of the key documents that is typically involved in estate planning—a power of attorney. The word “attorney” in this case doesn’t mean “lawyer,” but rather “one appointed to represent another’s
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Kathleen is a Wills, Trusts, Estates, & Business Law attorney, and a member of the Maryland Bar. Having practiced law for over 25 years, she is a dedicated, compassionate professional ready to meet your estate or business planning needs.