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Will the Bank Accept Your Power of Attorney?

While single purpose Powers of Attorney have been used to transfer distant real estate for over 200 years, multipurpose Durable Powers of Attorney only date from the 1960s. They are still a work in progress. Because of this, banks, brokerage houses, title companies and others sometimes hesitate to accept them.

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The Use of Antipsychotic Drugs for Nursing Home Patients

People in nursing homes and memory care facilities are no longer routinely tied down but far too many are given equivalent “chemical restraints:” atypical antipsychotic drugs. These are not the small doses of ativan, xanax or valium given to ease our passage when we are dying. These are drugs which create seeming “zombies” or kill.

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Walking Through Grief

We grieve what might have been and what is no more. Sometimes grief is a sigh for a missed opportunity. Sometimes grief is for something or someone we have lost. Sometimes grief accompanies us for years, returning with unanticipated reminders, even in our sleep.

When grief threatens to overwhelm us…

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How Seniors Manage Online Accounts in the Digital Age

Texas has adopted the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. It provides a three-tiered approach to deciding who can access your Facebook account, your Netflix account, your frequent flyer miles, your electronic banking and other digital assets. How will you manage access to your online accounts in the digital age?

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