What to Consider before Agreeing to Become a POA for a Loved One

Planning for the future requires many things. Working on a financial plan and retirement goals. Writing a will and designating an executor. Creating important legal documents, such as a power of attorney (POA).As a family member, especially of an older adult, you might find yourself being called on to assume the role of POA. Before you accept, it’s important to understand what a POA is and the responsibilities it entails. Understanding the Different Types of POA
A POA document designates someone to act on your behalf in the event you are unable to or unavailable. Read more here >>>

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