Power of Attorney
Power of attorney refers to the process of giving someone the legal rights to make important decisions on another's behalf. We have extensive experience in providing both powers of attorney privileges on behalf of clients and their best interests, as well as offering solutions to others who are looking to certify documents to transfer the power of attorney. For any matters related to power of attorney, our team can deliver quality assistance to fulfill your needs.
Medical affairs are one of the most common reasons that individuals decide to consider the power of attorney to accommodate important life and health decisions. For example, if an individual is suffering from health problems and does not have the capacity to make informed health decisions for themself moving forward, then they could give a trusted relative or friend power of attorney to help make informed decisions on their behalf. For this reason, the power of attorney should be dedicated to someone who you know and trust, and who you can rely on to make solid decisions on your behalf.
Another way to ensure that your finances are handled by those that you trust, you can dedicate the power of attorney to someone who will oversee your finances should something happen to you in the meantime. This can be a relative or friend who you want to handle your personal dealings during illness, dispute, or even posthumous affairs. Financial dealings can also include anything to manage your individual finances, as well as accounts, properties, estates, trusts, investments, stocks, bonds, and much more.
Other areas where power of attorney might be needed are private matters between family members, business partners, close friends, and much more. This can include inheritances, donations, legacies, and other private matters that require the assistance of a trusted person to carry them out on behalf of the individual. Depending on the issue, you may even require more than one individual acting on your behalf to negotiate and make decisions. However, we don't recommend having too many as this could lead to issues with too many people trying to work to make decisions on your behalf.
As with all of our professional public notary services, we are here to make sure that you receive trustworthy solutions and certifications for all of your legal, financial, and related needs. Should you require our power of attorney services to certify your chosen power of attorney, we'd be happy to provide the needed signatures to legitimize the paperwork and advise you further on the steps to transfer the power of attorney to someone trustworthy. We will also need to verify what limits are placed on the decision-making for this individual and what you’d like them to oversee on your behalf so that they can act within your best interest. Your signature will also be required on the paperwork granting another individual power of attorney. The documents will then be notarized by our team, thus putting them into effect.