Estate planning necessitates having a durable power of attorney (POA). This legal document gives someone else the authority to make decisions and act on your behalf should you become incapacitated or incapable of managing your affairs.
Consult an attorney when establishing a durable power of attorney.
Drafting a durable power of attorney requires careful thought and legal advice. Consult with an experienced estate planning attorney who can guide you through the legal requirements for creating such a document in accordance with state laws. Our experienced estate attorneys can help select an agent as well as provide advice about what decision-making powers should be granted to this agent.