Powers of Attorney
One important reason to do estate planning is to create a legal document that appoints people to take care of your property and finances if you are seriously ill. This document, called a Power of Attorney for Property Management, is critical in the event you are rendered unconscious or otherwise unable to manage your own financial affairs. Power of Attorney for Property Management is part of every estate plan that we do at Finch Montgomery Wright.
We understand that every client's most important estate-planning goal is to ensure that his or her personal matters and financial affairs are appropriately handled if they were to become incapacitated.