Importance of a Will
Dangers of Do-It-Yourself
POWER OF ATTORNEY
Medical / Health Power
Financial / Property Power
Divorce + Separation
FINANCIAL/PROPERTY POWER OF ATTORNEY
When you or your loved ones are incapacitated or otherwise unable to
make important financial decisions. Simply having a will has limited
benefit, as a person who is alive gains no benefit from a document that
only takes effect upon one's death. And with the correct decisions, an
incapacitated person can recover from their illness or incapacity. So
what is required in those circumstances, a Financial Power of Attorney.
Financial powers of attorney are an essential vehicle for providing
control and direction to one's finances and property when an individual
is incapacitated. It sets forth that individual's directions as to who
should take charge of their finances and property, and how it is to be
applied to satisfy the individual's desires and wishes. It is an
essential control directive, that needs to be done correctly with an
experienced lawyer capable of putting your intentions on paper.
To request more
information or to schedule an appointment with will lawyer
Christopher R. Neufeld, feel free to call 403-400-4092 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neufeld is admitted to
practice law in Alberta (law firm mailing address: 77 Tuscany Ridge Mews NW, Calgary, Alberta).
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