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Alaska Power of Attorney, Guardian, or Conservator?

Posted by Sarah-Kathryn Bryan | Jan 30, 2024 | 0 Comments

Power of Attorney, Guardian, or Conservator?

There are circumstances in which a guardian or conservator will need to be appointed for the principal even after they complete a Power of Attorney.  However, a Power of Attorney can identify the person our client wishes to appoint as guardian or conservator.  Our attorneys can help explain these different roles and help you ensure your legal and financial wishes are respected. 

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Sarah-Kathryn Bryan

Sarah Kathryn Bryan is an associate attorney at Shortell Law LLC. Ms. Bryan handles cases in family law, business, employment, estate planning and general civil litigation.

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