In estate planning lingo, the term “power of attorney” or “POA” comes up often. See why this term is so important when it comes to choosing a trustworthy person to handle your affairs if you’re not able to yourself.
If you set up a revocable living trust to hold title to your home, read my article to make sure that you did it correctly. You created a living trust for two reasons: (1) to avoid probate and (2) to ensure your home smoothly goes to someone you love after you die. Here’s four things to re-examine to make that into a reality.