Power of Attorney

There are four types of power of attorney:

  • general power of attorney
  • special power of attorney
  • health care power of attorney
  • durable power of attorney

The power of attorney should be given to a person that will do what is best for you, execute your affairs the ways that you would like them to and not take advantage of your situation.

The power of attorney document must be signed, notarized and certified before copies are accepted by banks, courts and hospitals.

Melissa Wu, dedicated to stay with clients every step of the way. Not sure which type of power of attorney that you need? Call Melissa today at 240-505-8649.

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