Power of Attorney

This document allows you to appoint someone to act in your behalf regarding a multitude of daily living areas. This could be items as simple as paying your bills, entering your safe deposit box, or filing your tax returns. It could also cover items as complex as selling your property. You decide whether you want the power of attorney to become effective upon signing or if you only want it to become effective if you are incapacitated and unable to manage your own property and affairs effectively. It is extremely important to have this document in place prior to any incapacity to save your family from the trouble, expense, and heartache associated with an interdiction that gives them the legal authority to act on your behalf in the absence of a power of attorney. We can help you determine your needs based on your circumstances.