Financial Powers of Attorney

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Financial Powers of Attorney avoid court intervention or conservatorship when a person becomes mentally or physically incapacitated. To avoid having the court appoint a stranger to handle financial affairs outside of the trust, a properly executed Power of Attorney naming an attorney-in-fact needs to be in place before incapacity.

We pride ourselves on our ability to apply the right set of legal resources to the problem, and to get the job done quickly, correctly and at a reasonable cost.