Should an individual become incapacitated, a financial power of attorney aims to designate an individual to pay that person’s bills and manage their financial affairs. This is also referred to as general power of attorney, or power of attorney for property. The document itself designates the person who is acting in that role.
Our team is here to help you with this and is happy to discuss the provisions available for managing your various assets. This can be either broad in its powers or limited in its scope, depending on what you desire.