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This program was recorded on March 27, 2018
As individuals age, many become incapacitated due to dementia or Alzheimer’s and are no longer able to care for themselves. In this presentation, attorney David Eastman will cover the basics of a guardianship and conservatorship proceeding and why it is so important for individuals to have estate plans in place that name health care agents. These documents designate a person to make decisions on behalf of an individual who is no longer able to care for themselves or manage their own financial affairs.
In 2005, David joined the team at Morris Hall as a legal assistant and then an attorney in the Estate Administration Department. It is here that he has learned the importance of having a well-drafted estate plan and the complications that can arise by not having one. While David practices in all areas regarding estate planning, he focuses especially on the areas of Estate Administration and Probate. He has excelled in these fields and has helped many families and individuals through these situations. David continues to assist families and individuals through this difficult time of loss by helping facilitate the administration of the assets and, when necessary, eases their way through the potential struggles of probate.
2 General Credits
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- Health Care Documents that everyone should have in place
- Incapacity Issues
- The difference between a Guardianship and Conservatorship
- What is a Fiduciary