General/Finance Power of Attorney

General/Finance Power Of Attorney

A power of attorney gives the individual you nominate, the full power to act on your behalf and sign all documents you are otherwise able to sign. A power of attorney may help avoid the need for an appointed guardian in Probate Court, should you become mentally or physically unable to administer your own affairs. Great care should be exercised when choosing your attorney-in-fact, because the potential exists for them to abuse their power, and use your assets for their own expenses.