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What Are Powers Of Attorney?

In North Carolina, power of attorney (POA) can fall into several categories of note, but the general purpose is to allow another person to make decisions on your behalf. For most, powers of attorney are a key piece of an estate plan as you create your health care directives. Our powers of attorney lawyers can provide you with the guidance you need to make smart decisions.

At Kirschbaum, Nanney, Keenan & Griffin, P.A., we help clients across Raleigh with any and all estate planning or probate law questions. We know these are complex, stressful topics and we work diligently to provide real, actionable, thoughtful advice. Our goal in every case we work on is to make your estate planning experience a little easier and a little better.

Who Should Get Powers Of Attorney?

A durable power of attorney is a document that allows a person to make financial and healthcare decisions for you. You can limit the powers of attorney to one category or make it a general power if you wish. However, who would you want to have in that position?

Often, people don’t have one person that they would trust to be in charge of both their financial and physical health. Some members of your family or circle may indeed be excellent at managing financial problems and less able or willing to handle high-stakes medical problems. The reverse could be true as well.

Largely, your decision is one of your trusts. Our office and work with you on deciding what you would want to have in the person with POA over you. We can then craft the necessary documents that put this into effect.

Our Goals Are Your Goals

Whatever the needs you have for your estate plan or the powers of attorney documents, we can help. With more than four decades of experience, we have seen every type of probate or estate planning struggle and know how to address it. We’re on your side, and we care about you. Call us today to learn more about our firm’s history and dedication by calling 919-295-0930 or sending an email using this form.