We explored what a Power of Appointment is in Estate Planning Weekly Episode 26.
This post is all about how to give a Power of Appointment to your beneficiaries.
A Power of Appointment, for lack of a better work, is a powerful estate planning tool.
It allows you to give your beneficiary control over where the trust you left them will go, but also make sure that if your beneficiary doesn't act there is already a plan in place.
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