Whom do you trust to make life decisions for you? It’s challenging to prepare for a possible illness or the possibility of being incapacitated, but it can happen. If you can’t make decisions for yourself, whom do you trust to do so?
Giving someone the power of attorney ensures someone is there to write checks, sign official documents and handle other legal matters on your behalf.
There are many types of powers of attorney and many decisions to make about what type of power and how long that person has the power. Call the experienced attorneys at Kelly and West, who can guide you through creating a plan that fits your situation.