Power Of Attorney:
You aren't able to be everywhere all time. Sometimes you are required to be present for some things when you are simply unavailable. A power of attorney may be the solution. A power of attorney allows you to appoint a representative to act on your behalf.
A general power of attorney appoints a representative to act on your behalf for a variety of tasks and is very broad. However, most people need a special power of attorney, which is limited to a specific action and/or time. A power of attorney can be used for a variety of tasks including:
- Selling items
- Dealing with real estate
- Handling financial issues
- Making business decisions
A power of attorney should be in writing and signed. In fact, some places such as banks, the government, and hospitals usually require a power of attorney to be in writing before they will even recognize your representative!
The Law Office of Christine M Bechtold should be contacted for these deceptively complex documents to ensure that you are only allowing a person to make the decisions on your behalf that you want. It is important to obtain a power of attorney that is suited specifically to your needs and does not give all of your decision making power to another person for any longer than necessary. Contact the Law Office of Christine M Bechtold in Loganville, Georgia at 770.466.2700 or at Christine@Bechtold-Law.com to see how attorney Christine M Bechtold can help you.