Are you concerned about what would happen to your affairs should you become unable to manage them? Planning for a time when you are incapacitated and no longer able to handle financial affairs or business transactions, you can assign your power of attorney to an individual you trust. The person who has been assigned the power of attorney will be able to assist you in managing various affairs of yours.
In order to ensure that your wishes and affairs are carried out in the event of mental incapacity or a coma, you will need to make the power of attorney durable. Establishing someone to act on your behalf can help provide you with peace of mind, knowing that certain financial and legal affairs will be handled according to your desires. Individuals who have been granted general or special power of attorney can assist you with transferring titles of vehicles or land, managing stock and business contracts and handling bank accounts and savings. Depending on the type of power that is granted, they may even be able to handle legal claims against you. If you have questions or concerns about this situation, do not hesitate to contact Patrick Hubbard.
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