The will or revocable trust package mainly pre-plan what will occur upon your death, but what if you remain alive but are unable to tend to your property, pay your bills, file your taxes, or otherwise conduct daily financial business? In this situation, you need a well-drafted Durable Power of Attorney. The "Durable" aspect of the document means that the document's instructions will survive your incapacity, meaning that the instructions can be relied upon even if you cannot affirm them to be consistent with your wishes.
Life is uncertain, and though it is sometimes not pleasant to speculate how or when it will end, it is prudent to consider all of the possibilities in order to not put your loved ones through additional hardship. A Durable Power of Attorney is yet another piece of that puzzle. Contact us
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