Did you hear what happened when the composer of the Hokey Pokey died? They had a terrible time getting his body into the casket. Supposedly they put his right leg in and . . .
But we digress from a more serious topic: what the Hokey Pokey has to do with the document used when someone’s disabled.
Y’see, the dance worked best when people followed its directions. You did what it told you to do, which was simple. Nobody bumped into anybody else and the dance worked.
Where this is going: we review lots of Financial Powers of Attorney each year. We find that so many of them are missing a simple but required part. Not having this part in the document means the FPOA may be worthless – an impressive-looking document that is only good to ignite kindling. Read more