Power of Attorney is a powerful tool allowing another person to make decisions for you, even if you lose mental capacity and the ability to make decisions yourself. That person must be at least 18 years old and understand the nature and effect of the document. A power of attorney is a legal document giving another person the legal right to do certain things and make certain decisions for you. The specifics depend on the terms of the document. The scope of a power of attorney can be broad or very limited and specific.
Without a power of attorney, the power to handle a person’s business, legal, and financial affairs will have to be determined by a court of law in the event of the loss of mental capacity. By granting another person power of attorney, the process of decision-making in the event of mental illness or incapacity can be eased. With the help of Rion, Rion & Rion, you can live with peace of mind, knowing that your affairs will always be in order.