What is a Financial Power of Attorney?
Answer: A Financial Power of Attorney is not a part of your will. It is a separate document that authorizes someone you name to act in accordance with your financial intentions. It becomes effective only when you cannot express your wishes yourself. With a Financial Power of Attorney, you choose who will act and define their authority and its limits, if any. You should make sure that all your financial professionals (stockbrokers, accountants, financial planners) and banks have a signed copy.
21 “Mobile Friendly” Elder Care / Senior Care Directories
If you need help with this elder care matter or with any Elder Care / Senior Care issue, you can find the help you need in one of the following 21 “Mobile Friendly” Elder Care / Senior Care Directories. These Elder Care / Senior Care – specific Directories are sponsored by the National ElderCare Matters Alliance, an organization of thousands of America’s TOP Elder Care / Senior Care Professsionals who help families plan for and deal with a wide range of Elder Care Matters.
Sheri R. Abrams, Esq.
Sheri R. Abrams, Attorney at Law
An ElderCare Matters Partner
Financial Power of Attorney