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Written by attorney Timothy J Rice | Apr 15, 2016

Be careful if different people handle your finances and health care

It’s not uncommon for seniors to name one person in their power of attorney document to handle their finances if they become incapacitated, and to name someone else to make decisions for them in their health care proxy.

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