Powers of Attorney
A power of attorney is a legal document that gives power to someone to make critical financial decisions on behalf of someone else (typically during a time of incapacity or incompetency). The “agent” is the person who receives this authority, and the subject of a power of attorney is the “principal.”
What Should I Know About Estate Planning?
You don't want your family to be left scrambling to pay debts or settle your estate when you pass away. Even though it is hard to think about what life will be like after you're gone, it's still essential to begin planning to protect your legacy as well as your loved ones.