Choose an Estate Planning Attorney Serving the Greater Charlotte area and North Carolina to help you create one.
A financial power of attorney allows you to determine who will manage your finances on your behalf in the event that you are unable to do so. If you are unable to do so, the person you choose as your agent for the financial power of attorney can:
Pay your taxes
Pay your Bills
Pay medical Expenses
Collect retirement benefits, and
Manage your real estate.
The agent you choose cannot do whatever he wants but must act in your own best interest and within the rules set forth in your Power of Attorney.
To make the process much easier on your family, our attorneys can help you make your Financial Power of Attorney to determine who will manage your finances in the event you are no longer able to.