Written by attorney Brandon Michael Haubert

Arkansas Power of Attorney

We often deal with clients who need an estate plan, but don’t realize they need what’s called a “power of attorney.” One of the main questions we ask when we draft estate plans is, “who do you want to take care of your money when you can’t do it yourself?” This is a hard question for most people to answer. A little explanation: 1) the person giving the power of attorney is the principal and the person who is appointed as power of attorney is the agent or attorney-in-fact.

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