#63 | Kimberly Hegwood | Becoming a Power of Attorney

Jan 26, 2024

Parent Projects - Aging In America
Parent Projects - Aging In America
#63 | Kimberly Hegwood | Becoming a Power of Attorney



With us today is Kim Hegwood, whose practice focuses exclusively on Elder Law, Asset Protection, Estate Planning, Medicaid Crisis Planning, Probate, and Guardianship. By witnessing what her grandparents endured, and with a growing number of Dementia diagnoses, Kim understands what her clients are going through and dedicates herself and her practice to treating each of her clients as if they were her own family. Kim takes pride in helping families after facing a diagnosis of Dementia to help avoid a costly guardianship process. Kim continues to expand her practice to better serve the needs of individuals throughout their golden years.

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00:00 – Intro

01:15 – Welcome to the Show

02:20 – Understanding Power of Attorney

03:45 – The Goals of a Power of Attorney

07:34 – Family Member Provisions

11:43 – Alternative Agents for Power of Attorney

15:36 – Power of Attorney Planning

19:53 – Medical vs Financial POA

22:08 – Duration of a Power of Attorney

27:02 – Provisions to Have in a POA

32:17 – Digital Provision

34:10 – Where to Contact Kim

35:44 – Outro



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