Can a power of attorney be revoked?

Investing someone with power of attorney means that, if you should become disabled, seriously injured or otherwise incapacitated, another person can make financial or other important decisions on your behalf. Still, some Oregon residents may hesitate to name a power...

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Understanding the probate process

Dealing with the aftermath of a loved one or close friend’s death is overwhelming. Not only are you suffering with heavy emotions, but there are often matters of business to deal with. In addition to planning a funeral, you may have a part in dividing the deceased’s...

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