POWER OF ATTORNEY
For the unfortunate case when you are no longer able to care for yourself, we highly advise that you consider preparing a Power of Attorney, which gives one or more trusted loved ones the legal right to look after your health and assets.
It is important to choose someone you trust implicitly, who understands you, and who is willing to serve as your legal representative. The person may be a spouse, family member or friend. While anyone over the age of majority can be named, choosing someone with the life experience and emotional maturity to make tough decisions is vital.
Starting with authorizing someone to act for you for financial and personal reasons is an excellent insurance policy for any adult.
Our Personal Information Directory is a record that keeps track of your important information and documents. It can also assist others who become involved in your affairs in the event of your disability or death.
Download yours today!