Creating a Durable Power of Attorney as Part Of Homesteading Emergency Backup Plan is what a responsible head of household (Parents) do to secure the future of their children and wife/husband…. and don’t forget pets.
This article was designed to help introduce the reader to a subject that should always be part of any financial safety net; a Durable Power of Attorney. Your “Durable Power of Attorney” agent can access your bank accounts; file your taxes; manage your insurance policies; buy, sell, or lease real estate; collect money owed to you; and buy or sell personal property, all in your name.
Your finances are one of the most important aspects of your life and they are even more important if you have a spouse and kids.
When it comes to your finances it is important to have a safety net in place in case something catastrophic happens to you and you are the sole earning in your family.
The author wrote and shared this information with all of their readers in hopes to enlighten them about the importance of a Durable Power of Attorney.
They go into great detail explaining what the document is and how beneficial it is to have one signed.
This document allows you to assign any person of your choice to make financial decisions on your behalf.
It further gives them the authority to act on your behalf even if you become incapacitated.
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