Power of Attorney

Who will handle your financial and legal affairs if you can't?
Each of us is involved daily with financial obligations, decisions and duties.  Banking, paying bills, investing in retirement plans, and purchasing insurance are all part of our normal lives.  We also may occasionally have a legal matter that needs our attention, such as closing escrow on a home sale or purchase.  Only you can handle your financial and legal matters.  If you are incapacitated, and if you don't have a power of attorney, then no-one has authority to act for you.  Not a spouse, a parent (assuming you are over 18), a sibling, a co-property owner, or a business partner.  The solution to this potentially costly and stressful situation is to execute a Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Affairs. Your Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Affairs designates an individual to act on your behalf with regard to  your financial, business and legal matters. Your Agent literally ?steps into your shoes? with full authority to sign your name on any document or transaction, and also with the legal responsibility to act only in your best interests.    

Everyone over age 18 with any assets or financial responsibility should have a Power of Attorney for Financial Affairs.
 

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