When you can’t do something for yourself, a power of attorney allows a trusted friend or relative to do it for you.
Who will pay your bills, deposit your checks or file your tax returns if you incapacitated?
If for any reason, temporary or more permanent, you are no longer able to manage your personal affairs, a power of attorney allows a trusted friend or relative to step in and manage them for you.
A Power of Attorney is a basic necessity
A durable power of attorney permits a trusted friend, family member or advisor to pay your bills, deposit your checks, file your tax returns and act for you if you become seriously ill, injured or in need of assistance.
We’ve designed an effective power of attorney that has given numerous trusted friends, family members or advisors the legal authority to act in the situations requiring the greatest need.
A power of attorney is part of our “basic necessities” package of planning documents that are designed by us to cover the basic legal planning necessities that everyone needs.