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If you become incapacitated, a power of attorney can ensure that your wishes are followed. At the Financial Relief Law Center, APC, we can help you create a durable power of attorney that will allow you to specify who will make decisions for you in the event that you become incapacitated.

Our firm will also help you create a power of attorney for financial matters in the event that you become incapacitated. If you become incapacitated, a power of attorney for financial matters will allow you to appoint someone to handle your financial affairs. This person will be able to pay your bills, manage your bank accounts, and sell your property to pay your creditors.


To learn more about durable power of attorney services, contact us today at (949) 787-1889 or contact us online to speak with our POA lawyers.


Who Can Be a Durable Power of Attorney?

A durable power of attorney can be a close friend, family member, or trusted business associate. It can also be a professional, such as an attorney, accountant, or financial planner. In order to be a durable power of attorney, you must have the mental capacity to make decisions.

You must also be 18 years of age or older to be a durable power of attorney, and you must be an adult to be a power of attorney for financial matters.

What Can a Durable Power of Attorney Do?

A durable power of attorney can help you manage your affairs if you become incapacitated. In the event that you become incapacitated, a durable power of attorney will allow you to nominate someone to make decisions on your behalf. This person will be able to make decisions regarding your medical care, your living arrangements, and your property.

A durable power of attorney can also help you manage your financial affairs if you become incapacitated. If you become incapacitated, a power of attorney for financial matters can allow you to nominate someone to handle your financial affairs. This person will be able to pay your bills, manage your bank accounts, and sell your property to pay your creditors.

It can also be useful if you become incapacitated but do not want to nominate someone to handle your affairs. If you do not want to nominate someone to handle your affairs, a durable power of attorney can allow you to specify what you want done with your property and financial assets in the event that you become incapacitated. This can be very useful if you have property or assets that you do not want to go to your creditors.

How to Create a Durable Power of Attorney

Creating a durable power of attorney is simple. All you need to do is complete a durable power of attorney form, which will allow you to specify who you want to make decisions on your behalf. You can also create a durable power of attorney for financial matters, which will allow you to specify who you want to handle your financial affairs if you become incapacitated.

At the Financial Relief Law Center, APC, we can help you create a durable power of attorney that meets your needs. We can also help you create a power of attorney for financial matters if you want to designate someone to handle your financial affairs if you become incapacitated. Our firm will make sure that your durable power of attorney is legally valid in California.

Why Choose Us?

At the Financial Relief Law Center, APC, we understand that you may be concerned about becoming incapacitated. Our firm can help you create a durable power of attorney that will allow you to nominate someone to make decisions on your behalf. We can also help you create a power of attorney for financial matters that will allow you to nominate someone to handle your financial affairs if you become incapacitated.

Our firm is led by an experienced bankruptcy attorney in Orange County. We have helped countless clients throughout Orange County create durable powers of attorney. We can help you, too. If you are interested in creating a durable power of attorney, contact us today.


To learn more about durable power of attorney services, contact us today at (949) 787-1889 or contact us online to speak with a POA lawyer.


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