The Power of Attorney, or POA, is one of the most important estate planning documents—but also one of the most misunderstood. A POA allows you to appoint a person, or in some cases an organization, to make key decisions for you should you ever become unable to do so. Not all POA documents are created equal, though; they allocate different levels of power to the person appointed to make these important decisions.
As you consider adding a POA to your estate plan, then, it is helpful to understand the basic types.
To speak with a legal professional about how a POA might enhance your estate plan, we invite you to contact the Singh Law Firm directly. We can help you determine which, if any of these documents is right for you.