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How to terminate power of attorney documents

After creating a power of attorney (POA), an Ohio estate owner can choose to revoke that document. For example, if the person who granted the power passes away, the document typically terminates upon their death. The individual who grants the POA could also choose to let it expire at a certain date in the future. However, most powers are intended to be durable, which means that they last forever.

Avoiding three potential problems when planning an estate

Ohio residents who are going through the estate planning process should keep three potential problems in mind. Outdated plans, beneficiary designations gone wrong and a lack of digital information are all issues that can cause court-bound family feuds, conflict and emotional distress.

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