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In the state of Illinois, there are two types of power of attorney: power of attorney for property and power of attorney for healthcare. A power of attorney for property enables you to appoint a person to make decisions regarding … Continue reading

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A durable power of attorney document is one of the most important parts of your estate plan. It allows you to appoint someone to make decisions for you in the event that you become incapacitated. If you fail to appoint … Continue reading

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You have likely heard about advance directives such as health care proxies and living wills, but do you know the difference between them, and how each accomplishes your stated wishes? These two legal documents both seek to achieve the same … Continue reading

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Following the massive overhaul to the statutory Illinois Powers of Attorney for Health Care (HCPOA) in 2015, which is located at 755 ILCS 45/4-1, the Illinois legislature made some additional changes to the new HCPOA form in response to feedback … Continue reading

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