Who will make financial decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated? Who will make medical and legal decisions? If you don't know the answer to these questions, you are taking a big risk with your future.
Fortunately, you can change things for the better by creating a power of attorney. This allows you to give a trusted party the ability to make key decisions on your behalf.
There is nothing simple about creating a power of attorney, as this is a big decision that will have you thinking about the future. But here is the good thing: This can be as broad or as limited as you desire.
Through a power of attorney, you can achieve a variety of goals:
-- Allow you to make a decision on who acts on your behalf.
-- Save your loved ones the time and money associated with a court proceeding if you become incapacitated.
-- Gives you peace of mind that all your most important matters will be handled in a responsible manner.
If you want to create a power of attorney, there are several legal steps you must take in order for this to happen.
Rather than tackle this on your own, contact our law firm online or via phone. We can advise you on what to do next, how to address key concerns, and other related details. It can be a challenge to create a power of attorney, but our goal is to make this as simple as possible. All you need is our help and a little bit of time. From there, everything will fall into place.