I’m a Snowbird Stuck in Hawaii. Will an Out-of-State Power of Attorney and Advance Health-Care Directive Work During Quarantine?

When Governor Ige signed our stay-at-home order on March 23, many snowbirds and retirees, who were staying in their second homes, found themselves stuck in Hawaii for a little longer than they originally planned. From a legal standpoint, many part-time residents of the Aloha State may now be wondering whether their legal documents, such as… Read More »

Waiting

I understand why you haven’t spoken to your parents about getting a power of attorney. It’s awkward. And you don’t want to seem greedy or controlling. Plus, parents are difficult. You have to take time off work to meet with the lawyer. And you have to pay for it! Perhaps you might find it helpful… Read More »