Drafting Powers of Attorney in Rancho Cucamonga
Keep Your Financial Affairs in Order with a Power of Attorney
To allow a person you trust to have control over your financial affairs,
it is important to create a notarized power of attorney. This document
gives a person you trust the right to take charge of your finances only
if you become unable to do so, whether due to a medical emergency, a military
deployment, or other incapacitation such as a mental disability.
Our Rancho Cucamonga estate planning attorney helps clients with the following
types of powers of attorney:
Durable: This power of attorney allows someone to act in the place of another person
for all financial decisions
Limited: This form of power of attorney is put in place for a single, specific duty.
After this task is accomplished, the power of attorney is no longer valid
General: A general power of attorney allows an agent to act on your behalf in financial
affairs if you were to become unable to do so
An agent named in a power of attorney is able to complete financial transactions
including buying and selling real estate, handling taxes, completing bank
transactions, and more.
To learn more about what an agent's role would be, don't hesitate to
contact our firm today. Our Rancho Cucamonga power of attorney lawyer is ready to serve you.
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With our estate planning lawyer on your side, you can draft a legal and
notarized power of attorney to ensure that your wishes are carried out
when needed in the future. We have years of experience serving clients
across the community with exceptional and personalized legal support through
all types of estate planning matters. Don't hesitate to contact us.
We are always available and get back to all calls and emails within 24 hours.
Call our Rancho Cucamonga estate planning attorney today at (909) 328-6280 for a