Power of Attorney Lawyers in Longmont
A power of attorney authorizes one to act on another's behalf in legal,
unusual or business matters. A power of attorney is useful when a person's
capacity to look after their own affairs is diminished. We at Jorgensen,
Brownell & Pepin, P.C. can draw up powers of attorney that will make
sure family business decisions are made by the family. In order to properly
create a power of attorney, the principal and agent must have the legal
capacity to create the relationship. Additionally, the principal must
be competent to designate a person as their agent.
To schedule an initial consultation, call (720) 809-8310 without delay.
Why Appoint a Power of Attorney?
Under Colorado Revised Statute § 15-14-700, a power of attorney has
significant power to manage your finances in the event that you are unable
to. Appointing a durable power of attorney for your finances can help
preserve the value of your estate so that it will be available to help
meet the needs of you and your family while you are alive.