Power Of Attorney

Choosing someone to make legal and financial decisions for you requires trust, but also precise language. An attorney in our network can advise you on a power of attorney (POA), and also help determine whether or not other estate planning documents are needed.

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A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that lets you appoint someone to handle financial and legal matters on your behalf. Talking to an estate planning attorney who has experience with drafting a power of attorney document is highly recommended before you grant someone the power to make legal decisions for you. Estate planning attorneys who have experience drafting power of attorney forms can help ensure the decision-making authority you are granting another person matches what you have in mind. A legal plan attorney can also help you determine if you need additional estate planning documents to complete your estate plan.

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