A Power of Attorney gives legal authority to another person to make property, financial and other legal decisions for the principal, the person who signs the document. The power of attorney is frequently used to help in the event of a principal’s illness or disability, or in legal transactions where the principal cannot be present to sign necessary legal documents. Our experienced lawyers carefully draft powers of attorney to ensure that your best interests are served.
A power of attorney gives control of your affairs to your spouse, sibling, parent, child (of adult age), or other designated person of your choosing. We can restrict their powers to only bank accounts and bills, or extend them universally to your concerns as a business partner, property owner, investor, etc. In other words, we can customize this document to your wishes and your circumstances.
At The Law Offices of Jaworski and Giacobbe, we will guide you throughout each step of the power of attorney process to ensure that you fully understand what it entails, while also giving clear direction to the person who is appointed to handle your personal affairs. We would be honored to help you and your appointed representative protect your interests when you are not able to manage them yourself.
If you’re in need of appointing a power of attorney, speak with a dedicated legal professional at The Law Offices of Jaworski & Giacobbe by calling (716) 895-4210 or contacting us online.