Powers of Attorney
There are several types of Powers of Attorney, all of which serve a different purpose or work in a different way.
Power of Attorney
The general types of Powers of Attorney include:
- General Durable Power of Attorney
- Springing General Durable Power of Attorney
- Limited Durable Power of Attorney
- Healthcare Power of Attorney
How Do I Know Which Type of Power of Attorney I Need?
Generally speaking The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division, a division of The DiCello Law Firm, recommends every person have a General Durable Power of Attorney, which is the document where you identify and elect the person you wish to do your bidding if you are incompetent or disabled.
The person so elected is called your “Attorney-In-Fact.” Individuals who have a General Durable Power of Attorney can usually avoid the expense and inconvenience of being forced into a court supervised Guardianship.
The Lawyers at The DiCello Firm Law Probate Division can assist you in selecting and preparing the necessary Powers of Attorney to protect and control your assets and destiny.
What If I Don’t Know What I Want?
It is very common for people to not know what is best for them in their estate planning documents. The Lawyers at The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division specialize in counseling people to make the best decisions regarding their estate planning needs.
Contact The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division, a division of The DiCello Law Firm, today to speak with or schedule a meeting with a dedicated estate planning lawyer and start planning for your future, now.