Power of Attorney

The Rights and Responsibilities of ...

A power of attorney (POA) authorizes an individual to take certain actions on behalf of someone else. POAs sometimes relate to healthcare choices, but they of.... Read more

The Different Between a General and...

A financial power of attorney (FPOA) gives someone else - your agent or attorney-in-fact - the right to make financial decisions and transactions on your beha.... Read more

The Healthcare Power of Attorney an...

Healthcare powers of attorney (POA) and living wills work hand-in-hand to make sure that your loved ones honor your wishes if you're ever too sick to make dec.... Read more

Power of Attorney

Who Needs a Financial Power of Attorney?

Usually, we like to feel that we are on top of making our own financial decisions. We pay our bills, transfer money between our accounts and make our investments (good and bad). But sometimes,... Read more

Who Needs a Revocable Living Trust?

The average consumer often confuses the terms “living will” and “living trust.” These two estate planning tools could not be more different. A living will states your healthcare wishes and takes effec... Read more

What Is Power of Attorney?

If you're ever unable to take care of your own business or make your own decisions, a power of attorney (POA) protects you. It authorizes another person to legally act in your place. In this situation... Read more

The Healthcare Power of Attorney and Living Will Work Together

Healthcare powers of attorney (POA) and living wills work hand-in-hand to make sure that your loved ones honor your wishes if you're ever too sick to make decisions for yourself. A healthcare POA does... Read more

The Rights and Responsibilities of an Agent

A power of attorney (POA) authorizes an individual to take certain actions on behalf of someone else. POAs sometimes relate to healthcare choices, but they often address personal business dealings. Th... Read more

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