Powers of Attorney

Documents by which a person (principal) grants authority to another (agent) to perform specified acts on the principal’s behalf. The agent is referred to as an “attorney in fact”. Powers of Attorney can be written so that they are effective when signed, or they become effective upon the occurrence of a specific event, such as incapacity.

 Different types of Powers of Attorney include:
  • General Durable Power of Attorney
  • Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
  • Durable Power of Attorney for Right of Sepulcher
  • Temporary Custody Durable Power of Attorney (for minor children)
  • Business Durable Power of Attorney
  • HIPAA Release Authorization
  • Limited Durable Power of Attorney
    • Real Estate
    • Business