Rebecca Mozo/Covid 19 Facemasks Story
Eight years ago, Rebecca’s husband, Rusty, passed away unexpectedly and not long after, Rebecca took some of her husband’s special shirts, like the ones he wore to their daughters’ weddings and decided to make her first quilt. Since then, she has made many quilts and in the meantime, joined 2 quilting guilds and participates in her church’s quilting group. At Rebecca’s Church, Trinity Lutheran, 20-30 Ladies meet every other Tuesday to make donation quilts and numerous other comfort items for the sick, the homeless, and anyone in need. It is through Rebecca’s numerous contacts in the local quilting community that Rebecca decided to turn her sewing efforts towards making Protective Masks against the Corona Virus. Rebecca, using quilting fabric and elastic, has made over 45 masks and counting. She, along with others from the local quilting community have now joined together and have made more than...
At some point in your adult life, you have probably heard someone mention the need for a power of attorney to help Mom with her financial affairs or maybe you are up in age yourself and want someone to help you with certain matters in the event you become incapacitated and are unable to do so. A power of attorney is a very important legal instrument that can help in both of these scenarios as well as aid in your estate planning decisions.
First, it is important to understand what a power of attorney is and what it can help you accomplish. Simply put, a power of attorney is a legal document which gives one person (the “attorney-in-fact” or “agent”) the power to act on behalf of another person (the “principal”). This attorney-in-fact can be given broad or limited authority to make legal decisions about the principal’s real property, finances or medical care.
Powers of attorney come in many different forms....
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