Financial POA

A power of attorney empowers someone to make financial decisions on your behalf.

Your power of attorney only goes into effect when you are unable to make decisions for yourself. It is crucial to choose a trusted and reliable person to take on this role, someone who understands your financial desires when you are no longer able to convey what those are.

A financial power of attorney allows you to:

Name Your Agent

Identify who will manage your financial affairs in the event you are unable to do so for yourself.

Guarantee Access

Make sure someone you trust can access your bank accounts and other financial assets in case of an emergency.

Avoid Court Intervention

If you become incapable of making your own financial decisions without a power of attorney, a court proceeding is most likely inescapable.