Do you need a Power of Attorney? Michael Anderson explains

Inheritance Lawyer In Utah

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I had a great meeting with a couple in my office today.

They are the type of people that will remind you of your parents.

Just good and wholesome folks.

They were told they needed to do estate planning and had a question about a power of attorney.

So I decided to do a quick video to explain what a power of attorney is.

Watch it here —

So in this video I explain what a power of attorney is, how it works and why you need one in your estate plan.  You ought to have a power of attorney.  For estate planning purposes, the power of attorney (POA) needs to be a durable POA, or one that works when you are not able to make decisions on your own.

The main decisions you need to be able to make are (1) financial decisions and (2) health care decision.  With a proper power of attorney, you’re not going to miss a house payment, a utility payment, or have trouble with the bank or credit union when you have incapacity issues show up.

If you have questions about a power of attorney, probate or estate matter in Utah give me a call and I would be honored to work with you my friend.

Until next time,

Inheritance Lawyer In Utah

Michael R. Anderson, JD
Utah Estate Planning and Inheritance Lawyer

Utah Probate Lawyer
8833 S. Redwood Road, Suite C
West Jordan, Utah
84088 United States
Telephone: (801) 676-5507
Fax:(801) 676-5508

 

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Inheritance Lawyer In Utah
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