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What is A Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal document that grants authority to an appointed individual, known as the agent or attorney-in-fact, to make decisions and act on behalf of the person creating the power of attorney, referred to as the principal.

 

This authority can encompass a wide range of matters, including financial, legal, and healthcare decisions, depending on the specific powers outlined in the document.

 

The power of attorney allows the agent to manage the principal's affairs if they become incapacitated or are unable to make decisions themselves, providing a crucial mechanism for managing affairs and ensuring continuity of care and decision-making.

Documents Included in Our POA Package:

- Instructions

- Financial Power of Attorney

- Healthcare Power of Attorney

- Living Will

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Powers of Attorney live when we live, when we die, they die with us.Power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that gives a designated person, called the agent or attorney-in-fact, the authority to act for another person. The agent may be given broad or limited authority to make decisions about the person's property, finances, investments, or medical care.

 

Power of attorney is most frequently used in the event of a person's temporary or permanent illness or disability, or when the person is unable to be present to sign necessary documents. A person appointed as power of attorney is not necessarily an attorney, even though it says it in the name of the document. Typically, the agent is a trusted family member, friend, or acquaintance.

 

A Living Will (DNR) is a legal document regarding your medical wishes at the end of your life and not a distribution of assets at your death (a last will and testament document). 

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