Senior’s Planning For The Future
Decreasing independence is not something that anyone likes to think about, but needing help making legal and financial decisions can happen at any time and for a wide range of reasons. If you’re a senior citizen, you should begin planning ahead for your future. If you get ill, have an accident or even if you are just away for a period of time, having someone you trust who is ready and able to help you can save time and trouble.
In other words, plan ahead, appoint a power of attorney and sign a power of attorney document. This is a legal document in which you name one or more people to be your attorney (decision-maker) to manage your financial affairs.
This is an important plan because you need someone you can trust to look after your affairs if you can no longer look after them yourself.
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