Appointing The Right Person To Make Future Financial Decisions
A power of attorney is a document signed by you allowing someone you trust the power to conduct business on your behalf. Such power includes signing legal documents and tax returns, handling of accounts, and performing a variety of other activities.
While powers of attorney allow another individual to make health care decisions for you when you are unable to make such decisions yourself, it is important to take every precaution when creating such a document.
Lindsay K. Richardson, Attorney at Law, in McKinney, can draft a powers of attorney document that will clearly outline your health and financial concerns. Such a document will be legally valid and comply with Texas laws. We can prepare a detailed and accurate powers of attorney document for you that will protect your interests and accomplish your goals.
When You Can No Longer Make Choices For Yourself
Most of us do not have plans in place in the event of a mental or physical incapacity. Should this occur, there may be nobody there to take charge of your investments or finances. There may be nobody there to run your business or be in charge of your medical needs.
Powers of attorney are necessary so that someone you trust will be making the right decisions for you. Powers of attorney allow for someone you trust to make decisions regarding your health care and finances. However, it is important to draft a power of attorney properly so that caretakers will abide by your wishes and concerns.