Written by attorney Steven Holman

Estate Planning in Texas: 3 Reasons Power of Attorney Is Important

A power of attorney allows another person to act on your behalf while you are alive. In order to appoint an agent in a manner that is legally binding, you must execute what is called a power of attorney document. The representative you name will then be your “attorney-in-fact.”

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You can find more detailed information on financial and medical powers of attorney and on other essential elder law documents at the Holman Law website. Please contact us to ask us more about completing power of attorney documents in Texas. We can also guide you to any other elder law and estate planning services you may need in order to prepare for the future.

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