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What If a POA Really Empowered Decision-Makers?

What if a durable Power of Attorney (POA) truly empowered those who will make decisions on our behalf? Last week, I hosted a conversation about a family dispute recently featured in The New York Times Magazine. The dispute ended up costing $400,000 because of the 8 attorneys who ultimately became involved. The toll on the […]

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Archive: Disruptive Dynamics and Difficult Caregiving Disputes

  How do we manage the difficult caregiving disputes? We gathered today (May 31) to discuss a recent article featured in The New York Times Magazine which profiled two sisters who battled their mom’s boyfriend over who could make financial and caregiving decisions. (Read The Mother Who Changes: A Story of Dementia.) Resources The Slate

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