Appoint someone to make financial decisions when you can’t
Talk with a Utah attorney via Zoom or over the phone and make a durable power of attorney part of your estate plan today.
Reasons you should have a power of attorney
aka POA, durable power of attorney, enduring power of attorney
A power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes someone to act on your behalf in a specified matter or other legal and financial matters. This person is known as the agent or attorney-in-fact.
A power of attorney is key to a complete estate plan. Choose a responsible person you trust to make decisions for you if you are unable to or you become incapacitated.
Make financial decisions on your behalf
Appoint someone you trust to make financial decisions for you if you become incapacitated or mentally unable to make decisions.
Handle legal matters on your behalf
Appoint someone you trust to make important financial and legal decisions for you when you can’t. This will allow them to do things such as signing contracts, paying bills, managing real estate and other personal matters.
Live peacefully and make your life more simple
Have peace of mind knowing you’ve chosen someone you trust to protect your best interests if the unspeakable should happen.
When do you need a power of attorney?
Every estate plan needs a power of attorney document. In the event that you are unavailable or incapacitated and unable to make legal or financial decisions, your agent will be able to take care of these matters for you. An agent can make payments, pay bills, or manage your bank accounts and investments on your behalf.
What is a durable power of attorney?
A durable power of attorney (DPOA) allows the agent to make decisions for you if you become incapacitated.
When to use a power of attorney:
- To authorize someone to act on your behalf if you are unavailable
- To authorize someone to act on your behalf if you are legally incompetent
- To authorize someone to act on your behalf if you are disabled or incapacitated
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We simplified the process to make it easier for you to prepare for the future and take care of your family — without leaving your home or office.
Book an appointment
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Why choose us?
Protecting your family with an estate plan is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. With Utah Legal Express, you get the benefit of working with a trusted Utah attorney that will listen to you and create the best plan for your unique situation.
We have been doing this for over 40 years and know how to navigate these difficult topics to give your family peace long after you are gone. By going virtual, we have eliminated expensive overhead and will pass those savings directly to you.
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You can be confident you are getting the best plan for your unique situation. We have been doing this for over 40 years and helped thousands of Utah families with their legal needs.
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Creating an estate plan can often seem difficult and overwhelming. We will simplify the difficult issues for you and create a personalized plan for your situation within 7 days.
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Avoid probate and continue providing for your children and family after your death
Living trust, last will and testament, property transfer deed, power of attorney and health care directive.
Ensure that your assets are transferred after your death just the way you want.
Last will and testament, power of attorney and health care directive.
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