Power of Attorney
While a will is not effective until you die, a power of attorney is effective upon execution and can serve as a very useful instrument for managing your assets while you are still living and even after you have become mentally incapacitated, meaning that you are unable to handle your own affairs. This may be the case due to aging, disability, or extended periods of absence. When you have this legally binding document in place, you can rest assured that your affairs will be handled by your agent if you are unable to do so.
There are many types of power of attorney, and we can help you with a variety that are tailored to your needs. Great care is needed in selecting a trustworthy agent, and a successor agent should your primary agent be unable to serve.