Fort Myers Power Of Attorney
Giving You The Peace Of Mind You Deserve
Many people believe that estate planning is essentially all about the question, “Who gets what?” A comprehensive estate plan will answer this question, but it will also answer another equally important question: “Who does what?”
This gets to the heart of people’s most personal priorities. They touch on things as varied as health care decisions, legal authority and financial decision-making. Because the unexpected can happen at any time, a thorough estate plan should account for these issues. Kuhn Law Firm, P.A., can help you use power of attorney documents to ensure that all your priorities are accounted for.
The law surrounding power of attorney in Florida changed in late 2011. If you have a power of attorney drawn up prior to then, you may have given up rights you never intended to. Our Fort Myers POA lawyers draw on years of estate planning experience, and can quickly but thoroughly review all parts of your estate plan to figure out what you need for legal security.
Learn How Power Of Attorney Can Help You And Your Loved Ones
What makes a power of attorney beneficial for nearly every adult is the fact that it can be customized to reflect who you want to handle legal responsibilities in the event you are incapacitated because of illness or injury — and how much power you want to give him or her.
- With a general durable power of attorney, you can designate someone to handle all of your affairs.
- With a limited durable power of attorney, you can restrict what your agent can do to a very limited range of actions.
What can power of attorney be used for? Below are some examples:
- Conduct financial transactions to protect your finances
- Enter legal agreements
- Make health care decisions (this is also known as a health care surrogate)
From our offices in Fort Myers, our attorneys represent people throughout Southwest Florida. To schedule a confidential consultation to learn more about power of attorney and other estate planning documents, call 239-333-4529 (877-243-1624 toll free) or email us.