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A financial power of attorney is a legal document that allows you (the principal) to assign specific financially based decision-making power to someone else (the agent or attorney in fact). This agent need not be an attorney, however. A financial power of attorney is a legal mechanism that provides you with the peace of mind […]

Estate Planning, Power of Attorney

When to Seek A Financial Power of Attorney in Texas

Unfortunately, there are instances where accidents or injuries occur, and a person cannot make medical decisions on their own behalf. An attorney-in-fact for a medical power of attorney will make important healthcare decisions on your behalf if you cannot do so. The skilled Texas estate planning attorneys at Ibekwe Law, PLLC can help you take […]

Estate Planning, Power of Attorney

Selecting the Right Attorney-in-Fact for Your Medical Power of Attorney

An experienced estate planning attorney can help you determine whether or not you should spring a durable power of attorney. Having professional legal counsel in your corner can provide you with information to make the best possible decision for your specific circumstance. The term spring a durable power of attorney may sound a bit odd. […]

Estate Planning, Power of Attorney

Should You Spring a Durable Power of Attorney?

Having a medical power of attorney in Texas is an important matter that should be given the careful consideration it deserves. Your medical power of attorney (medical POA) is a legal document that you –as the principal and as a competent adult –sign in order to designate someone whom you trust to make decisions about […]

Estate Planning, Family, Power of Attorney

Selecting the Right Attorney-in-Fact for Your Medical Power of Attorney

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When you think about a financial power of attorney, you might think that it is something for rich, old, or ill people. While this can be true, there is a lot more to the matter of financial power of attorney. A power of attorney (POA) is actually a flexible legal contract that allows the person […]

Business, Estate Planning, Power of Attorney

When to Seek a Financial Power of Attorney in Texas