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Power of Attorney

What does it do?

It allows someone to make business decisions for you if you become legally incapacitated. This power includes the right to sell real estate, borrow money, buy or sell stocks, pay your bills and manage your affairs.

Things to consider when deciding if you want a power of attorney: Are you willing to give this authority to someone at this time? Who do you appoint as your agent?

Do you need a Power of Attorney that only becomes effective if you become incapacitated?

This type of Power of Attorney is referred to as a “Springing Power of Attorney” which generally requires that a physician certify that the party granting the power of attorney has become incapacitated.

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