Why do you need a power of attorney?

A power of attorney  is used to give another person the authority to act on your behalf, usually when you are unable to do so. For example, you may be geographically separated or bed ridden or incapacitated. Learn more about powers of attorney.

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Hugh has been practicing law since 1995. He served 20 years in the Air Force JAG Corps as an attorney, where he provided estate planning for military members, retirees and their dependents. He understands the inconvenience and burden of traveling to an attorney’s office, yet he appreciates the importance of obtaining legal services when you need it.

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