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New Rules Regarding Health Care Powers of Attorney and Visitation

Total Credits: 1 CLE, 1 Estate & Trust Law Specialization

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Original Program Date:
Jan 24, 2023


In September of 2022, the Arizona Legislature enacted a new statute regarding access to Principals who are incapacitated.  The new law limits the Agents ability to restrict persons who have a connection to the Principal and will require Agents to file Court actions.  As practitioners, there are strategies we can help them include in their HCPOAs to give Agents broader powers to control visitation and avoid Court action.  

Teresa D. Lancaster, Certified Specialist in Estates & Trusts,  Bogutz & Gordon, P.C.



Overall:      4.8

Total Reviews: 44


Jack B

"The information was very important & useful and the presentation was succinct, clear, and easy to follow."

Diane P

"excellent speaker"

Laura S

"average presentation "

Carmen C

"I really enjoyed the presentation and found the information well conveyed and helpful for future use"

James C

"I've practice many years in this area. Presentation appeared to be very thorough, straight forward, and clear as to all aspects and issues."

Amy F

"Very helpful information and very well presented by Teresa"

Lucyana M

"Relevant information provided."

Preethy K

"very practically presented"

Kandace W

"Helpful on the differences of Guardian v. Agents"

Pamela M

"Extremely helpful and informative. I have updated my HCPOA to reflect wishes on significant persons visitation. Thank You"