Edward A. Haman received his law degree from the University of Toledo College of Law. He has practiced law in Michigan, Florida and Hawaii, and has served as a Michigan Circuit Court domestic relations hearing officer. He has written many self-help law books, including File Your Own Divorce and How to Write Your Own Living Will.
The Power of Attorney Handbookby Edward A. Haman
A power of attorney gives someone you know and trust the authority to represent you and act on your behalf. A properly written power of attorney will assure that financial, health care, and/or child-caring decisions are handled responsibly when you cannot act personally. This new edition of Power of Attorney Handbook is a complete guide to preparing your own power of attorney documents so that you and your family are taken care of in a time of need.
This new edition contains updated information relating to the ever-changing state laws regarding power of attorney and its differnt forms. Reflecting the changes in demographics, many states are adding clauses dealing with health care directives. Along with the explanations of new laws, the author provides information concerning the revoking and changing a power of attorney.
A new glossary and thorough index, plus tear-out, blank forms with instructions for completion make this revised edition a valuable tool for financial and personal planning, no matter where the reader resides.
Ed Haman received his law degree from the University of Toledo. He has practiced law in Hawaii, Florida, and Michigan, where he also served as a domestic relations hearing officer in the Michigan Circuit Court. He has written and co-authored many law books, including Florida Power of Attorney Handbook and How to Write Your Own Living Will. Mr. Haman currently resides in Tampa, Florida.
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