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Should I Assign a Medical Power of Attorney During COVID-19?

Should I Assign a Medical Power of Attorney During COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has led many people to view their current and future health in a new light. This disease can severely impact even healthy individuals and cause long-term health complications. Studies have shown that even those who recover from COVID-19 can still suffer from lingering heart and lung problems. If you are concerned about your potential exposure to the disease, discussing a M...

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Notarization and Witness Requirements During COVID-19

Notarization and Witness Requirements During COVID-19

The rise of COVID-19 caused many people to shelter-in-place in their homes. At the same time, many businesses allowed employees to work remotely and closed their physical locations. While many people have been creative in continuing their daily lives from home, there are some things that still require in-person proceedings. For instance, certain official documents may require notarization and w...

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The Tax Effects of Biden’s American Families Plan

The Tax Effects of Biden’s American Families Plan

On April 28th, the White House announced the American Families Plan, which outlines President Biden’s plan for strengthening the economy and investing in families. The plan includes $1.8 trillion in investments and tax credits for families and children in the US over ten years. The American Families Plan aims to ensure that the wealthiest families pay their share in taxes, and that those making ...

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