The Most Important Legal Document for the Coronavirus – the Durable Power of Attorney
We never want to think about getting sick. But, most of us are thinking about it all the time now.
If you become ill or incapacitated and need someone to take over your finances, the most important document to have is a fully executed Durable Power of Attorney. This document will enable someone you trust to take care of your financial affairs if you fall ill.
It is not enough to prepare documents using online forms. These generic forms may not work and may not suit your specific needs. And most importantly, in order to be valid, they must be properly signed, witnessed and notarized.
Extreme times call for extreme measures.
The Law Office of Debra G. Simms has implemented such measures. Our office space has been reconfigured to allow for social distancing to meet with clients. We are here to help.
Call the Law Offices of Debra G. Simms at 386.256.4882 to learn more. We are currently offering free consultations via video conference to assist you with your needs.
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