• Estate Planning

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a legal document granting another individual the authority to act in your place (as your “attorney-in-fact”), and is often used for financial transactions.  A Power of Attorney can be for a limited time or purpose, or for an ongoing arrangement.  Often part of a complete estate plan, a Power of Attorney can also be beneficial on its own.

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