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For Your Peace of Mind

Who Needs a Power of Attorney?

We’re all getting older, and aging – wonderful as it – always takes its toll on us. In some cases, it happens that when people get to certain ages, they find that they are no longer able or interested in managing their legal or financial needs themselves. If this happens, you want to have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that whoever is making decisions on your behalf is making those you would want.
For Georgia Residents

Why Should I Designate a Power of Attorney?

There are many reasons a person may wish to assign someone power of attorney, including but not limited to the following.

International Travel

You’re in a job or military that has you overseas and unable to conduct regular dealings in country.

Illness Concerns

You are concerned an illness may leave you incapable of making important decisions

Personal Conflicts

You are concerned others you do not trust may try to actually intervene on your behalf.

Asset Management

You trust this person implicitly to help manage your property, possessions and assets.

Commitment Management

You are unable to manage certain aspects of your personal assets due to other commitments.

The Unexpected

You simply want to be practical and to prepare for unexpected accidents or other life impacting events.

Planning Matters

Why Should I Start Planning Now?

Don’t put off this important legal documentation any longer. Siedentopf Law can help you through a variety of power of attorney needs and advise on agent selection and duties, drafting your financial power of attorney, update an existing power of attorney and even revoking a power of attorney.

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