Category Archives: power of attorney
Power of Attorney: Two Estate Planning Documents Everyone Needs
Regardless of your age, your physical health, or the amount of property and assets you own, there are certain estate planning documents everyone needs. At the top of the list is a properly drafted and executed will which instructs your surviving family members or friends on your final wishes and designates who you want… Read More »
What Is The Difference Between A Guardianship and Power of Attorney?
If you become incapacitated due to an injury or illness, it is important to have someone who can handle your affairs on your behalf. As part of estate planning and asset protection, seeking a guardianship through the court or having a durable power of attorney in place are two options that grant authority to… Read More »
Estate Planning Basics: Wills, Power of Attorney, and Health Care Proxy
It’s never too early to start planning for your future. For many people, making sure loved ones are provided for in the event of serious injury, illness, or death is at the top of their list of concerns. Regardless of the size of your estate, there are certain documents you should have in place,… Read More »