Power of Attorney


A Florida power of attorney allows you to designate a person, known as your agent or attorney-in-fact, to act on your behalf with regard to designated matters.  Typically, the power grants a trusted individual authority to deal with your property, such as allowing a withdrawal from a specific bank account for the payment of bills.  A power of attorney does not take away your right to handle your own affairs.  Rather, it gives authority to another to handle your affairs in addition to you.

If you would like to discuss the advantages of executing a power of attorney, contact our office today.



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