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Create Your Power of Attorney Today!

A power of attorney allows you to give another person the power to act for you in certain legal and business matters.  A power of attorney may be for a special or limited purpose.  It may also be for a specific period of time. And, a power of attorney can be designated to take place immediately or upon the happening of some event, such as incapacity.

Another benefit to a power of attorney is that it can be made durable.  The term "durable" means that the power of attorney will remain in effect even if you become incapacitated.  This is especially useful as you grow older because it can allow your family or other loved ones to handle your business and financial affairs if you are unable to.

Setting up a power of attorney through LegalZoom is a simple process.  And, doing it yourself online can help save you time and money.


Get started on drafting your Last Will today!
 


Power of Attorney Package


  Last Will Forms

Power of Attorney Pricing


Basic$35.00
Comprehensive$44.95

 


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Disclaimer: Please note that LegalZoom's legal document service is not a law firm, does not act as your attorney and is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. Rather, it helps you represent yourself in your own legal matters. If you seek legal representation, are involved in litigation or have complex legal issues that cannot be resolved on your own, we recommend that you talk with a Living Trust Network Participating Attorney. Click here to learn more about our services.

 

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