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Do You Need a POA

The last couple of years have motivated us to look closely at our personal health, finances and estate planning. What happens if we need more help should the worst happen? Who would act on your behalf if your partner can’t? Should it be one of your children? There are several different types of POAs (Powers of Attorney) to discuss – conventional, durable, springing and medical.

Lucky for you (and us) we have Cortney Danbrook LIVE with us today. She started her career in wealth management and crossed over into the legal world. Her combined experiences give a unique perspective that offers families a chance to approach estate and wealth succession planning, family cottage preservation and legacy asset planning holistically.

Don’t leave your family guessing … leave them with a plan.