a power of attorney document, you can grant power to another person
(your agent) to act on your behalf in legal and financial matters.
Some powers of attorney become valid as soon as you sign them; others
become active only if you become unable to handle your own affairs.
This power can become extremely important should you become ill,
incapacitated or unavailable for some other reason. When you consider
granting a power of attorney, make sure to consider when you want
that power to take effect, and whom you trust to serve as your agent.
By establishing a power of
attorney document, you are giving the agent some of the following
- To spend your money, cash
checks, and withdraw money from your bank accounts
- To enter into contracts on
- To pursue insurance claims and
We suggest you contact a
qualified lawyer to help you form a power of attorney document.
Contact a lawyer in your local
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