Powers of Attorney

People often associate powers of attorney with financial matters, however there are many more uses for powers of attorney than most think. A power of attorney is simply a written authorization that allows one person to act on the behalf of another. Powers of attorney are most often used when a person is ill or incapacitated, or when they simply cannot handle everything on their own, and can be used for a wide range of things such as to make sure bills are paid and deposits made; to making sure insurance and medical paperwork is completed; to transferring an interest in real estate; and even to making medical decisions on another’s behalf. The attorneys at Bloch & Chapleau are knowledgeable in the various types and purposes of powers of attorney, and are there to assist in creating one that fits your needs.

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