>As we plan for retirement, we should consider creating an Enduring Power of Attorney. Unlike a general Power of Attorney, an Enduring Power of Attorney continues to have effect after the Principal loses the ability to make responsible financial, personal or health decisions. Usually when the Principal begins estate planning, an Enduring (or Protected) Power …Read More
Considering an Enduring Power of Attorney?
>An Enduring Power of Attorney is a more comprehensive assignment with more diverse authority than a General Power of Attorney. Unlike a general power of attorney, the authority of an Enduring Power of Attorney continues in the event the principal loses the ability to make decisions for themselves. An Enduring Power of Attorney allows the …Read More
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that grants a person (the Attorney) the authority to perform certain functions on someone else’s behalf (the Donor). The most common forms that a Power of Attorney come in are “General” & “Enduring”. There is a significant difference between the General and Enduring Power of Attorney documents. This …Read More
>We live longer. Because we do, our responsibilities live longer, right alongside us. Even if we are able to manage our responsibilities, there comes a time when it makes sense for someone else to step in and help. When we are no longer able to administer to our important responsibilities, an enduring Power of Attorney …Read More