The thought of giving someone else the authority to make financial decisions on your behalf can be daunting. The idea of a power of attorney – a legal document that allows someone to conduct business on your behalf – might make you nervous. There are some good reasons to consider a power of attorney.
The possible types of power of attorney include financial and medical. A financial power of attorney can be either durable or nondurable. Most people consider durable powers of attorney when there is a chronic illness involved or a date in the future when it might be foreseeable that illness can be disruptive to someone. It is important to know the difference and when you may need one or the other.
At Meurer Law Offices in Denver, we will provide you with comprehensive estate planning advice. From living wills to financial power of attorney to revocable living trusts to charitable planning and more, we can help you plan for the future while still enjoying your success today. For estate planning advice in Denver, call Meurer Law Offices at 303.991.3544.