Date: 28-Feb-2019

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Thursday, February 28th, 7 PM at Waltonwood Cary Parkway
Refreshments and Snacks Provided!

Do your POA documents provide you sufficient authority to act on behalf of your loved one in an emergency?  In 2018, North Carolina revised its Uniform Power of Attorney Act.  North Carolinian's, as well as those who recently moved here, should consider replacing powers of attorney prepared under previous laws with forms based on the new statute.

Your Power of Attorney should clearly spell out what you expect of your Agent and what, if any, powers you desire to withhold.  Come attend this seminar to learn more and feel free to bring your current POA documents with you for a complimentary review.  Featured speaker is Kevin Huston, Elder and VA Accredited Attorney of the Carolina Estate Council Huston Law Firm in Raleigh.
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Agenda:
  • Introductions
  • POA testimonial (real-life POA experience and advice)
  • POA Documents (Kevin) Q & A
  • Social
Kevin Huston is a member of the Christian Legal Society and is the Law Affinity Chairman of the Regent University Raleigh/Durham Alumni Chapter. He has been invited by various organizations to speak in dozens of seminars and meetings throughout the state of North Carolina on topics related to estate planning, veterans’ benefits, elder law, and Medicaid.