If you become ill or incapacitated, you might not be able to make decisions about your life on your own. Establishing a power of attorney will give someone the authority to make medical decisions for you, but what about your assets and bank accounts?
Reach out to Carolyn Moller Duncan, P.C. to discuss the benefits of setting up a financial power of attorney in the Littleton, CO area. If something happens to you and you require long-term medical care, your agent will be able to secure money to cover your expenses.
By naming someone you trust as your financial power of attorney, you'll know exactly who is managing your financial affairs if you become incapacitated. The agent you name will legally be able to assist with: