POWER OF ATTORNEY
Regarding your estate plan, a power of attorney is crucial to ensure all your assets are taken care of in the event that you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions about your estate and healthcare.
Through a power of attorney, you appoint a person or organization to ensure that decisions about your health and finances are handled according to your wishes. The person you designate as your power of attorney is called an “agent”, and you are referred to as the “principle”. Without an agent, courts may choose to establish a guardianship lawyer or conservatorship to manage financial or health matters.
To ensure you receive a secure and thorough power of attorney that meets all your needs, call Stanko, Senter & Mitchell today. For more information about the most frequently asked questions, read our blog.