Power of Attorney Basics – Protecting You When You Can’t Help Yourself

A Power of Attorney comes into play when you are alive but reliant upon others for personal care and financial decisions.  Many times it is more important that a Will!   A properly written and current Power of Attorney protects yourself and your assets from abuse, and helps avoid family conflict, dissipation of assets, and the involvement of the Court and the Public Trustee.

This 45 minute seminar includes a question and answer period, and explains:

  • What a Power of Attorney is, when you need/use one, and how it works;
  • The difference between a Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, and a Will;
  • Factors to consider when appointing an Attorney;
  • How to avoid pitfalls, abuse, and conflict.

* Seniors  and companion rates available.  Call to register.

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