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Powers of Attorney

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Powers of attorney allow others to act for you when you cannot act for yourself:
  • General powers of attorney-for financial transactions
  • Business powers of attorney-for business transactions
  • Medical powers of attorney-for health care decisions for you if you are incapacitated
  • Advance medical care directives-to provide instructions on the level of medical care that you want.
  • Medical records release powers of attorney-for delegating authority to sign HIPAA medical records release forms.
Durable powers of attorney are effective even when you lack capacity. They are an essential part of a properly drafted estate plan.