Estate Planning for Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is a written, legal document where you give to the person you choose the power to act in your place. A durable power of attorney simply means that the document stays in effect if you become incapacitated and unable to handle finances and other matters on your own.
The classic example of where a Power of Attorney is needed is when a person has Alzheimers disease. In this situation, the person’s body is healthy but their mind has deteriorated to the point where they can no longer take care of their own property, finances, or even make simple decisions about their own care.
With a valid Power of Attorney, the person you name will be legally permitted to take care of important matters for you including: paying your bills, managing your investments, or directing your medical care. Every person should have a Power of Attorney.
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