Stetson University College of Law, by and through the Center for Excellence in Elder Law and the Elder Consumer Protection Program, produces certain statutory monitoring and update materials for the use by and the benefit of the public and professional communities. The statutory monitoring and update component consists of researching, identifying, collecting, compiling, and disseminating comprehensive statutory information on U.S. state and territory consumer protection statutes, adult protection statutes, elevated crime statutes, and mandatory reporting statutes. A uniform process is developed and applied to produce a product that provides a stand-alone compilation of information regarding consumer protection, adult protection, elevated crimes, and mandatory reporting statutes for each U.S. state and territory.
*Each guide may be opened, viewed, downloaded, printed, and/or searched. Additionally, while viewing online, any blue-colored links within the guides may be "clicked" in order to access the specifically referenced resource, document, and/or website.
The guide below identifies each U.S. state's or territory's local legislative or governmental website, as well as provides step-by-step instructions on accessing each state's or territory's current statutory listings.
Note: This gude was last updated in March, 2016
Note: This guide was last updated in March, 2016.
The guide below identifies each U.S. state's Power of Attorney Statutes, provides a link to the online Power of Attorney statute for each state, and provides a sample Power of Attorney Form for each state where available.
Note: This guide was last updated in October 2016.
*Please note that the Elder Consumer Protection Program does not offer or provide legal services or legal representation. Any information contained or provided herein is not legal advice, is not a definite statement of the law, and is not a complete analysis of the area of reference.