Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

Whether you choose a will or trust, also consider a power of attorney too. If you become incapacitated or need someone to manage your affairs if you are unavailable, a power of attorney grants this power to an agent you appoint in the power of attorney.

A durable power of attorney assigns duties to your agent concerning financial matters, which can be vital if you run your own business or carry out other substantial tasks on a day-to-day basis. By executing a power of attorney, you assure that important affairs are less likely to fall by the wayside.