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Written by attorney Patrick G. Curley | Nov 9, 2014

Is your Power of Attorney document adequate to protect assets in MA?

A well-drafted POA can help your POA agent preserve and protect your assets against long term care and nursing home costs. Unfortunately, most POAs signed by seniors are inadequate to achieve these goals. Watch out for these pitfalls.

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This guide is for informational purposes only. It does not offer legal advice and does not create an attorney client relationship. You must work with a qualified elder law attorney to design a POA that best suits your individual circumstances and goals.

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