Power of Attorney

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What Is Power of Attorney And Why Do I Need One?

Power of attorney or POA, is a legal document that gives someone you trust the authority to make decisions on your behalf and represent you to others. Making a POA is an essential step to properly protect your finances, health, and personal decisions.

Guide to Estate Planning for Homeowners

The second most popular life change Willful users cite for creating a will is the purchase of a home. This guide will equip you with all the details on estate planning for homeowners.

What Is A Living Will And How Can I Make One?

Imagine if you were to get injured and fall into a coma. What would you want your care to look like? Who would make decisions on your behalf? In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about living wills and how you can make one.

Notarizing A Power Of Attorney

Two common questions we get asked include, “Does my power of attorney need to be notarized?” and “How can I notarize my power of attorney documents?” We're covering when you may need a notary and how you can get your POAs notarized.
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