Written by attorney John E. Sirois | Sep 17, 2015

Powers of Attorney in Louisiana

If you become incapacitated and are unable to manage your affairs, you should have a power of attorney to empower someone you choose to act on your behalf while you are incapacitated. There are two general types of power of attorney: general powers of attorney and medical power of attorney.

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For more information the Disability Planning chapter in my book, Louisiana Retirement and Estate Planning.

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