Preparing and Updating Powers of Attorney (POA) including Living Wills

Preparing and Updating Powers of Attorney (POA) including Living Wills

These important documents ensure someone can manage your financial affairs or make personal care decisions for you when necessary. We recommend financial POAs for everyone over 18 and personal care POAs for everyone over 16.

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