A well-crafted will protects those you care about, ensuring they’re not burdened by additional stress during an already difficult time.
At Zancope Notary Public, we have a passion for guiding people through personal planning and helping them create up-to-date wills.
Power of Attorney
A power of attorney is a document that allows you to authorize another person to sign documents and act on your behalf. Along with a will, a power of attorney is an important document that every adult should have. While a will is about the future, taking effect after your death, a power of attorney is about the present or future.
A power of attorney can allow someone else to make decisions and take actions on your behalf. This is important in the event you become unable to act for yourself. A power of attorney can be general or specific. A general one may authorize a person to act on your behalf in a variety of contexts, or you can create a specific power of attorney for an explicit purpose and / or for a defined period of time, and revoke it whenever you choose. There are a number of different powers of attorney for a variety of circumstances.
At Zancope Notary Public, we can work with you to draft a power of attorney document that fits your needs. Get in touch us using the options below to get started.
What do I Need to Know About Creating a Representation Agreement?
When creating a representation agreement, it is important to confirm who you want, as well as who you do not want, representing you and making medical decisions on your behalf. A representation agreement begins the day you sign it, or you can choose when or under what circumstances you want the agreement to start. You may also choose to change or end a representation agreement at any time. Once you are declared mentally incapable, you may not be able to change or end the representation agreement.
Types of Representation Agreements
There are two types of agreements available based on different areas of law. We can draft the best agreement for your situation. Both types are fundamental in that they are designed to enable you to make your own decisions as long as possible. When support is required or requested (by the adult who’s been given the authority), then the representative steps in to help with and/or make decisions. The kind of support the representative can legally offer depends on what is specified document.
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Why Choose Zancope Notary Public?
Real estate transactions can be exciting and also stressful. At Zancope Notary Public, we want to make this process as smooth as possible. Our office is professional and relaxed. And Flavia deals with everyone personally, keeping you up to date through regular communications.