Financial Power of Attorney
A financial power of attorney is the document that gives the person you designate as your agent or attorney-in-fact the authority to sign your name for you and legally bind you to the documents that are signed.
What It Covers:
This document allows you to designate someone to handle your affairs (attorney-in-fact).
Edit information entered for the Financial Power of Attorney:
How do I obtain the necessary forms in the Financial POA Statutory Gifts Rider & Statutory Short Form of POA?
We do not provide these forms within this program. This is because we do not recommend anyone give someone permission to makes gifts on their behalf or using a Non Statutory Form while the trustor is still alive.
If they want to do this, they should seek legal counsel so they full understand the risks. Almost no state gives the power to make gifts for another in the power of attorney laws on the their books.
Next Steps: Printing Your Financial Power of Attorney
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