Power Of Attorney Attorneys

Why hire a Power Of Attorney attorney?

Lawyers who have expertise creating power of attorney will make sure that the individual you are giving decision-making authority fits your goals and desires. When you give someone the power to make legal decisions for you, you will want an experienced attorney who will create a document that makes you feel secure and that will stand up in court in case it is challenged.

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Did You Know?

Power of attorney is one of the primary means by which older adults are financially exploited, leading one Pennsylvania official, in a congressional report on elder justice, to describe power of attorney documents as a “powerful, simple, and dangerous tool.”
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