Losing Your Capacity, Should Not Mean Losing Your Power

Today you are healthy, happy, and have enough energy to run for miles. However, tomorrow, may be a completely different story. That is why appointing an Agent for your Power of Attorney may be a necessary precaution.

Of course nobody wants to think that they are ever going to become incapacitated, let alone not while they are still young and full of life. But, as we witness time and time again, things can change very quickly. More and more often we hear about a rising young sports star that has been placed in a coma or has been paralyzed due to an on field injury. Or the same to just someone who was out jogging and was struck by a car.

Wouldn't you want to make sure that your affairs are in order should you become unable to conduct them yourself due to a debilitating injury or illness? By appointing an Agent in Power of Attorney, you can be assured that someone you trust will take care of your needs and the needs of your family.

For help creating your Power of Attorney documents please consult with a Los Angeles Lawyer for Power of Attorneys.

*This blog entry was not written by an Attorney and should not be constituted as legal advice.

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