When preparing your will and arranging your finances and advanced medical directive, it is important to grant a trusted acquaintance power of attorney in the event of your incapacitation. Power of attorney is also important for those who are not necessarily incapacitated, but who are more comfortable relinquishing the responsibility of managing their estate to a trusted advisor.
When selecting an individual to name as your attorney, it is important to choose a person you trust to act in your best interests. However, it is also vital that this person is qualified to act on your behalf, and possesses the requisite knowledge and skills to make wise decisions. When preparing your power of attorney document, the best course of action is to enlist the help of a qualified legal representative with extensive experience with these types of documents. Kazembe and Associates has been preparing power of attorney authorizations for decades, and will ensure that your wishes are articulated in clear, legally-binding language.