General Power of Attorney
EstateBee’s online general power of attorney has been prepared, reviewed, and approved by experienced estate planning lawyers. It is state-of-the-art and has been designed to comply with the laws of each specific state.
A general power of attorney is used to appoint an agent to manage the whole cross section of your legal and financial affairs. This could include managing property, running a small business, dealing with accounts in your name, and so on.
Given the scope of the agent’s authority, general powers of attorney like this are most often granted to family members, trusted business advisers and close friends.
If you want to limit the authority of your agent, you should make a “limited” power of attorney, rather than a “general” power of attorney.
The authority granted to your agent can come into effect immediately, on the occurrence of a specific event or on a specific date. It will normally come to an end on a specific date, on the occurrence of a specific event, if you become incapacitated, if you die or if you revoke the power of attorney by serving a notice of revocation on your agent.
The online creation process is easy. Just answer a few simple questions and select the options which best apply to you. Our intelligent online system will do the rest.
Your online power of attorney enables you to:
- Appoint someone you trust act on your behalf
- Assign someone to manage your business & financial affairs
- Protect the value of your real estate, investments & assets
- Have someone run your business
- And much more
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