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Category: Dementia

Serving Clients Across Gilbert, Queen Creek, and the Surrounding Area

Can My Power of Attorney Change My Will?
Alzheimer's Disease

Can My Power of Attorney Change My Will?

Power of attorney is one of the most important legal forms for estate and elder care planning. Along with wills and trust documents, it is a critical document for arranging one’s affairs.

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Am I a Senior Citizen?
ALTCs

Am I a Senior Citizen?

There is no clearly defined age when you become a senior citizen. Some people might consider themselves seniors when they retire from the workplace, sign up for Social Security or begin to spend their retirement savings, but others aren’t ready to call themselves a senior citizen yet.

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What Is a Conservatorship?
Advanced Directives

What Is a Conservatorship?

When an individual cannot make important decisions for himself or herself, a judge appoints someone called the conservator or guardian to make decisions. The conservator has the legal backing of the court in all decisions, including finances, medical and personal care.

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Guardianship Mother daughter
ALTCs

How Does Guardianship Work?

As a result of illness, old age or incapacity, what may happen when you can no longer handle your own decision-making, handle your own money or make your own health care choices? Who can step in to help and how are they empowered?

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