Mary Anne Vance’s Guides

Mary Anne Vance

Seattle Probate Attorney.

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  1. Financial Powers of Attorney

    Written by attorney Mary Anne Vance, about 4 years ago.

    A Financial Power of Attorney allows us to name a person or an institution such as a trust company to make financial decisions for us. This Financial Power of Attorney can be effective either immediately on signing or we can make it effective only when our doctor says we have bec...

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  2. Overview of Powers of Attorney

    Written by attorney Mary Anne Vance, about 4 years ago.

    Powers of Attorney are probably the most popular and widely used device for managing the affairs of persons who are either incapacitated or temporarily away from the place where they usually make property and financial decisions. Attorneys prepare them as part of their client's p...

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