Power of Attorney Services in Greensboro, NC
Establishing a POA Is a Fundamental Part of Estate Planning
A power of attorney, or POA, is a key piece of your estate planning. A POA allows you to appoint another person, known as an "agent," to act in your place and make medical, financial, and other important decisions if you become incapacitated and are no longer able to make decisions for yourself.
Without a power of attorney, if you become unable to make or express decisions on your own, your family will not automatically have access to make decisions for you. They will be forced to go through a long and strenuous process to gain that right. A power of attorney avoids this by naming a trusted person to act on your behalf when the situation calls for it.
There are different types of power of attorney, and Lora M. Howard can help you understand what they are, as well as which is the most appropriate for your circumstances and needs.
For power of attorney services in Greensboro, contact our firm at (336) 585-7009. You can start working on this fundamental piece of your estate planning during a free initial consultation.
Do You Need a Power of Attorney in Greensboro?
There are endless reasons for obtaining a power of attorney. In fact, every adult should consider doing so. The type of POA you choose will depend on several factors, so knowing and studying your situation is essential to determine which POA is the best fit for your needs and future wishes.
The differing types of power of attorney include:
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Non-durable Power of Attorney
- General Power of Attorney
- Financial Power of Attorney
- Medical Power of Attorney
To learn more about which type of POA is right for you, and what a POA can do on your behalf, get in touch with us at (336) 585-7009.
Naming a Power of Attorney
One of the best ways to prepare for the future and protect your wellbeing is by naming a power of attorney to act on your behalf if/when necessary. Lora M. Howard offers valuable advice and professional legal assistance through the process of establishing a power of attorney in Greensboro.
Contact us online or at (336) 585-7009 to learn more about our POA services in Greensboro.
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