Power of Attorney

A Durable General Power of Attorney (“DGPA”) is a legal document which appoints a person whom you trust to act on your behalf with respect to your financial affairs.  The person appointed is named as the “attorney-in-fact” and can act as your “agent” and thus sign various documents for you. A DGPA can become effective immediately or only upon incapacity.  However, upon your demise, your power of attorney will no longer be effective, which is why additional estate planning becomes necessary for when you pass away.



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