If you become disabled or incompetent, who will manage your finances and your property?
For a period of time – until the court can intervene – nothing can happen unless you have named an agent to act in your behalf.
There is a straight-forward method for designating the agent and delimiting his duties. It’s the durable power of attorney.
Your agent can be a professional manager, a relative or a friend … anyone you pick. And you can pick more than one agent to address various components of your estate.
A durable power of attorney is the document that designates who you want to manage your possessions and your money when you cannot. It is an essential piece of your estate planning that we will help you construct.
Lynn B. Ryder, Attorney at Law
Durable Power of Attorney and Affordable Estate Planning