Power of Attorney

Whether you are going to be away from home or business and can’t act on your own behalf, or you want to give the ability to act on your behalf to someone else in case you become incapacitated, a power of attorney document is an important tool. From proxy voting to granting the power to make financial decisions or recommend a guardian, a durable power of attorney can be a critical tool in your life. Granted to a person called an “attorney-in-fact” by a “principal,” the power of attorney can be granted to a spouse, relative, child, or friend, as long as they are an adult and acting in good faith on the principal’s behalf. There are several types of power of attorney assignments, we can help you make sure you have the correct documentation for your specific case.