Incapacity Planning in Iowa [Infographic]

Dec 19, 2013

Have you ever asked yourself who would manage your property in the event of your incapacitation? If you do nothing to name your own financial decision-maker, people who have an interest in your affairs could petition the court to appoint a conservator to act in your behalf.

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