“Power of Attorney” | Actual property

One of the most cumbersome estate planning topics – but also one of the most important – is powers of attorney.

At some point before we die, many of us will be physically and mentally unable to manage our own affairs. It is important that we empower someone we trust to make financial and health decisions on our behalf. The power of attorney is a legal instrument that enables us to do this.

Powers of attorney empower your agent to look after all of your property, deal on your behalf with any company you do business with, and make medical treatment decisions on your behalf. All of these give you the peace of mind that someone you trust has authority to act for you in an emergency. And it saves your loved ones the costly and time-consuming legal process of hiring a guardian or restorer to make decisions for you.

You can always call the office at 609.884.8085 to discuss any proxies or other estate planning matters.

Gary T. Padussis AIF® NSSA® RFC® RFP®

Cape Investment Management, LLC.

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