07.30.20

The Difference Between a General Power of Attorney and a Durable Power of Attorney


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Are you trying to help an aging parent with their finances? 

Or, do you want to make sure your parent's wishes will be honored should they become incapacitated?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need a Power of Attorney document. 

A Durable Power of Attorney document will allow you to be the agent for your parent's estate up until their death. A General Power of Attorney may not. Make sure you understand the differences. Contact us here with any questions.