Power of Attorney

Updated: Sep 4, 2018


power of attorney; will; estate planning; life insurance; financial planning

There are two distinct types of Power of Attorney: One relates to the management of your property, assets and investments. The other appoints a person to make personal care and health care decisions on your behalf. Powers of Attorney will generally take effect if you ever become incapacitated, but specific triggering events may be outlined in each document.

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