To Whom Should I Grant Power of Attorney? Estate Planning Attorneys at The Miller Elder Law Firm discuss to whom you should grant power of attorney.
“We say, as long as you trust the person 110 percent, you should have a power of attorney because someone may need to pay your bills if you’re in the hospital; someone may need to sell your house when you get older so that they can provide for caregivers to come in; all those kind of things. If you don’t have someone you trust, we recommend not signing the power of attorney.”
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