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NEW IOWA UNIFORM POWER OF ATTORNEY ACT
The Iowa Uniform Power of Attorney Act becomes effective July 1, 2014. Under this new and very important law, an individual, the principal, may designate another individual, an agent, to make decisions with respect to financial matters on his or her behalf.
For Iowa Uniform Power of Attorney Act, CLICK HERE.
For Iowa Uniform Power of Attorney Act, Statutory Short Form, CLICK HERE.
For Summary of Iowa Power of Attorney Act with practice and drafting pointers for attorneys, CLICK HERE.
For Summary of Iowa Power of Attorney Act, CLICK HERE.
For Presentation on Iowa Power of Attorney Act presented at Iowa State Bar Association 2014 Annual Meeting, CLICK HERE.
For Uniform Power of Attorney Act drafted by the Uniform Law Commission, CLICK HERE.
CENTER RESOURCES & NEWS
NHLP GUARDIANSHIP AND CONSERVATORSHIP PROJECT
Guardianship and Conservatorship Assistance and Monitoring Pilot Project
The NHLP Resource Center is conducting a pilot project to assist guardians and conservators to carry out their duties and responsibilities to incapacitated individuals, who are wards of the court, and to assist courts to more fully monitor guardianships and conservatorships in order to assure that wards are receiving proper care and protect.
For a description of the pilot project, CLICK HERE.
NHLP CLE PROGRAM
The Aging Population and Effective Representation of Older Adults
On October 4, 2013, the NHLP Resource Center sponsored a CLE program on the aging population and effective representation of older adults at the University of Iowa College of Law. This program was co-sponsored by the Elder Law Section of the Iowa State Bar Association.
For program schedule and presenters, CLICK HERE. Podcasts of the program are available from the NHLP Resource Center.
Power of Attorney Abuse and Other Forms of Elder Financial Exploitation
The NHLP Resource Center has prepared a bibliography of materials dealing with power of attorney abuse and other forms of financial exploitation.
To view bibliography, CLICK HERE.
NHLP RESOURCE CENTER COLLOQUIUM
The Aging Population, Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias:
Law & Public Policy
During the 2012 spring semester, the NHLP Resource Center sponsored a colloquium on legal and public policy issues with respect to the aging American population and Alzheimer’s and other dementias. The Colloquium addressed the legal and other needs of the aging population and the basics of Alzheimer’s and other dementias and public policy and legal issues posed by a rapidly aging population and the sharp increase in Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Videos and podcasts of the sessions are posted on this website.
For more information and to access the videos and podcasts, CLICK HERE.
For appointments of Center staff, CLICK HERE.
RECENT STAFF PUBLICATIONS
For staff publications, CLICK HERE.
RECENT STAFF PRESENTATIONS
For staff presentations, CLICK HERE.