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Navigating Power of Attorney: How to Help Loved Ones Manage Their Money

As part of your estate and advance health care planning, having a power of attorney is a critical component of protecting your interests. Unlike a will which outlines your wishes, and how your wealth and property will be distributed after you are gone; this legal document authorizes another person to act on your behalf when you are not able to manage your affairs on your own.

Documenting your requests can be difficult to address but doing so could resolve certain legal issues if done in advance. By designating someone to make decisions for you means your wishes will be carried out when you may not have a voice. Take action on this vital document today.

Learn more about navigating power of attorneys on USA.gov.

Access Our Power of Attorney Guide

 

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