Power of Attorney
A power of attorney grants one party the legal right to make certain decisions or take actions on behalf of another party. They are used in estate planning to allow one party to manage the property or make health care decisions for another party. Powers of attorney are routinely granted to allow the agent to take care of a variety of transactions for the principal party. Powers of attorney can be written to be either general or limited to special circumstances. Without a power of attorney for healthcare matters, if an individual loses capacity, through an illness for example, it will be necessary to interdict (create link to interdiction information) the person. If you are in need of a reputable attorney who can assist you in the matter of securing power of attorney for any reason, don’t wait. Contact us today at the Law Offices of Zachary Moffett for a complimentary consultation.