Last week I had to take Mom to one of her psychiatry appointments. Typically, the appointments should only take 10-15 minutes. Hers usually last the better part of 40-60 minutes. After the appointment I had to meet with the residential nursing staff at Mom's facility, update them on what the physician changed, the tests he … Continue reading Coordination of Care – Create a Form
Fair question. The answer, very logical. A "durable" power of attorney must be printed on 40lb bond paper. No, that's not what makes it durable, I swear, this stuff is funny - to someone (okay, maybe just me). A Power of Attorney document is based entirely in agency law. Rule One of agency law - … Continue reading What makes a Power of Attorney “durable”?
The Ohio Legislature is busy reviewing and revising the statute of limitations for contracts. Again. Service providers and lenders, listen up. R.C. 2305.06, provided a fifteen (15) year statute of limitations to bring a civil action to enforce the rights of a written contract, but this law was changed by the 129th General Assembly when … Continue reading Changing the Statute of Limitations – Again?
I am not sure who to blame for this. Perhaps it is the fault of lawyers who fail to properly advise clients when a power of attorney is signed. Or, maybe what I am seeing is the result of the information age where forms and documents are readily available and people do not realize they don't … Continue reading “But I’m the power of attorney” — Good for you
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) was signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. Since the PPACA's enactment, a number of states and interest groups have filed lawsuits challenging the PPACA's constitutionality. While lawyers went to work challenging the PPACA's constitutionality in Federal Court, some members of the Ohio … Continue reading Affordable Care Act Litigation Update