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.

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