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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Do's and Don'ts When Selecting a Fiduciary


A fiduciary is a person in a position of trust who is bound to act in the best interests of another person. In estate planning, this term would refer both to the executor of your Will and the person appointed as attorney under your power of attorney. This article has some good advice for you as you consider who you want to name in those two positions. Click here to check it out. The attached photo is also from this article on AnswersforElders.com.

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