Practical Tips for Drafting and Analyzing Powers of Attorney

Practical Tips for Drafting and Analyzing Powers of Attorney Under Washington’s Revised Uniform Power of Attorney Act


Tuesday, February 12, 2019
1.00 Law & Legal CLE Credit

King County Bar Association
1200 Fifth Avenue, Suite 700
Seattle, WA 98101

Topics Include

  • When Are Powers of Attorney Likely to be Required
  • Review of the 2017 Revised Uniform Power of Attorney Act
  • Evaluating Your Client’s Needs and How They Can be Best Addressed Under the New Act
  • The Revised Act’s Broad “Default” Powers
  • Automatic Limitations on Power of Attorney Authority
  • Termination and Effectiveness Considerations
  • Adjusting Forms to Accommodate the Revised Act
  • Estate Planning Considerations


McKean Evans is an attorney practicing in Pivotal Law Group’s estate planning and probate practice, where he advises individuals regarding estate planning, business succession planning, trust disputes and probate. In addition to estate planning and probate matters, McKean represents individuals and small business in litigation regarding insurance, ERISA-governed employee benefits, employment law, and business disputes. McKean joined Pivotal Law Group in 2017 after relocating to Seattle with his wife, a native of the Pacific Northwest. McKean is active in the King County Bar Association, Washington State Bar Association, and Washington Association for Justice. In his free time, McKean explores the beautiful Washington wilderness and does pro bono work for the Washington chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Event Details

February 12, 2019
Program: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Credits: 1.00 Law & Legal CLE Credit
1200 Fifth Avenue
Suite 700
Seattle,  WA