Estate Planning: Power of Attorney

Did you know that your spouse is unable to find out information on your behalf without a power of attorney? Just because you are married does not mean your spouse can handle certain transactions dealing with finances, social security benefits, unemployment, real estate, healthcare and more. This is also true for children who turn 18, parents no longer have access to their child’s healthcare records. A power of attorney makes it possible to assist your spouse, child, parent, relative in these areas if need be. Contact our office located in Atlanta, Georgia at (678) 735-5487  to create a Power of Attorney.

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