Creating a general power of attorney potentially gives your agent broad powers over your assets, so it is imperative that your documents are set up correctly.
If you are considering drafting a general power of attorney, it is imperative that you understand exactly what powers you are conferring to another person, under what circumstances this power will be conferred, and what the limitations of these powers might be in various situations that may arise. In other words, it is a great time to consult with an attorney before you sign any documents relating to a general power of attorney. You will also want to consider the choice of your agent carefully very carefully.
At Vanderbloemen, Fleischer & White, PLLC, we offer legal services related to drafting general power of attorney documents, as well as other services. We will take the time needed to understand your goals and priorities. This will allow us to make the best recommendations about the guidelines and scope of your power of attorney documents.
Do you want to limit power of attorney? Do you want this power to be durable or nondurable? It is also important to understand that any general power of attorney ends at the time of your death, so this process cannot take the place of a last will and testament or trust for final asset distribution.
Creating a general power of attorney potentially gives your agent broad powers over your assets, so it is imperative that your documents are set up correctly. Call us today to set up your consultation in Lenoir, North Carolina or at one of our other convenient locations.
At Vanderbloemen, Fleischer & White, PLLC, we can create general power of attorney documents for those in Catawba, Claremont, Connelly Springs, Conover, Denver, Granite Falls, Hickory, Hiddenite, Hildebran, Hudson, Lenoir, Maiden, Morganton, Newton, Rhodhiss, Sherrills Ford, Taylorsville, Valdese, and Vale, North Carolina.