Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Serving Chandler & Phoenix
A Durable Power of Attorney is considered a Financial Power of Attorney in Arizona. It is not always easy to think about or plan for a time where you may be unable to make decisions for yourself. Taking the step to solidify an estate plan for your assets will give you peace of mind in knowing that if you are incapacitated, your responsibilities and assets will be managed.
If you need help with establishing your financial power of attorney, then our legal team is ready to help. When working with our law firm, you will have an experienced legal team who have over 80+ years of combined probate and estate planning experience. Our team takes pride in taking the stress off of your shoulders and putting it on ours. We offer free consultations to help you determine what your next steps need to be.
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What Is A Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney?
A Durable Financial Power of Attorney designates an agent and provides them the authority to handle financial matters on your behalf when you become incapacitated. There are different powers of attorneys, but a durable financial power of attorney is a comprehensive legal document that will name an agent to manage your finances.
It is not always possible to set up a financial power of attorney before it becomes too late. Because of this, it is important to not put off estate planning to a later date. Our legal team is ready to help you with the process and provides a free consultation to help you understand what type of estate plan you may need.
What Financial Decisions Can The Agent Make?
Once you have started the process of putting together your financial power of attorney, you will have to name an agent to be responsible for decision making. Some of the decisions that your financial agent will be able to make are:
- Accessing Financial Records
- Buying Insurance
- Collecting Retirement Benefits
- Investing On Your Behalf
- Managing Real Estate Assets
- Operating Your Small Business
- Paying Your Bills
- Paying Your Taxes
- Transferring, Selling & Buying Assets
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Contact An Experienced Estate Planning Attorney
At the Golden Rule Law Group®, our team is dedicated to helping and representing you. You will have an experienced legal team who have over 80+ years of combined probate and estate planning experience. Our team takes pride in taking the stress off of your shoulders and putting it on ours.
Our firm primarily serves the areas of Chandler, Gilbert, Phoenix and other areas around Maricopa County. If you are in need of an experienced probate attorney in Arizona, please contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation.
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