Power of Attorney for Property

How will your bills be paid if you become unable to do so? Who can pay them for you when you’re away? A Power of Attorney for Property is your chance to name someone you trust to act on your behalf with respect to your financial matters. If you ever become unable to manage your financial affairs and you don’t have a Power of Attorney for Property in place, the court would open a guardianship estate to handle your finances. Instead, you can select someone you trust to oversee and manage your property on your behalf.