Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney in Punta Gorda

Understanding the Purpose of this Powerful Document

Unforeseen circumstances can happen to the best of us. Accidents, illnesses, and even just the simple effects of aging can make it impossible for us to leave instructions regarding our affairs including financial and medical care matters. This is why having a power of attorney (POA) can be the smartest decision you can make for yourself and your family. A power of attorney is a legally binding document that assigns an individual or organization to take care of your affairs or act in your place in case you become incapable to do so.

At Bogle Law, we have been helping clients like yourself draft a valid power of attorney to protect their wishes and financial affairs since 2007. We are here to guide you through the legal options that you have, especially when it comes to giving authorization to the person you choose. Allow us to utilize our years of experience on your behalf to craft a sensible and legally binding Punta Gorda power of attorney for you.

To get started, give our firm a call at (941) 257-4743 or contact us online.

The Different Types of Power of Attorney

Creating or drafting a power of attorney can be a daunting task. There are several decisions that you must make, and each one needs careful consideration. One of the first things you must decide, however, is the type of power of attorney you wish to have. There are many different types of power of attorney and choosing one would have to depend on your unique situation and goals.

The different types of power of attorney include:

  • General power of attorney: This type of document gives the person you have appointed broad powers in managing your affairs. These powers may include handling business transactions, settling claims, paying debts, employing professional help, and more.
  • Special power of attorney: This type of power of attorney specifies the exact powers the appointed person may exercise. They cannot go beyond the powers indicated in the document, which is unlike the broad powers provided by a general power of attorney.
  • Healthcare power of attorney: In case you become unconscious or mentally incompetent, this type of document allows your appointed person to make medical decisions for you such as going through a medical procedure or plans for long-term care. You can also state how you wish your end-of-life care to be handled.
  • Durable power of attorney: This type of power of attorney is similar to the first three mentioned with the exception of having a durability provision. A durable power of attorney cannot go into effect until certain requirements are met, such as a specific doctor declaring you mentally incompetent.

Get Started on Your Power of Attorney in Punta Gorda

Our founding lawyer, Attorney Tauna Bogle, and her team have decades of combined experience drafting power of attorneys and helping clients with important legal decisions for their futures. We also have a diverse background in other areas of law, including estate planning and family law. Our team is here to provide you with the knowledgeable and dedicated legal services you need in ensuring a sound and valid power of attorney for you.

Schedule a consultation to discuss your power of attorney options today by contacting Bogle Law online or at (941) 257-4743!

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