Power of Attorney
Guardianship | Conservatorship
Giving another person "power of attorney" means that you grant them some limited rights in governing your affairs. There are various types of power of attorney agreements including granting another authority in matters such as medical decisions, real estate transactions, or even day-to-day bills and payments. Many families find themselves assuming power of attorney positions as parents and grandparents age and become unable to care for themselves and/or their business.
If you are concerned about your health or what may happen to your estate when you pass, do what is best and file a power of attorney to protect your assets and your family.
|Guardianship||$950 plus fees|
|Conservatorship||$950 plus fees|