Yes, a properly drafted Power of Attorney agreement allows a trusted relative or advisor to manage your affairs in the event that you become incapacitated.
Short of that, you retain your rights to handle your day to day matters as much as you like, unless certain actions are stipulated in the agreement.
For instance, if you are unable to attend a function like closing on a property, your designated agent can be authorized through the Power of Attorney agreement to handle the matter for you.
When it comes to planning for the future, families in Buffalo want to understand their options and what each one means.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer have been providing clear, comprehensible guidance to our clients for decades, and we can help you find the right way forward to protect yourself, your wealth, and your loved ones.
Call us today at 716-542-5444 for a free consultation with an experienced Buffalo elder planning attorney.