Establish a Power of Attorneys in Austin

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Powers of attorney are important legal documents that enable the agent of your choice to make decisions for you if you are unable to make those decisions for yourself. Powers of attorney are documents that are valid while you are living and are invaluable in the event of your incapacity or time of need. By making decisions now regarding your financial affairs and medical care, you eliminate the stress and emotional turmoil your loved ones would inevitably encounter during your incapacity or in an emergency situation.

Having a trusted lawyer on your side to draft your powers of attorney can provide peace of mind and ensure that your documents are legally sound. At Hembree Bell Law Firm, our experienced estate planning team will take the time to get to know you so that we can provide truly personalized and thoughtful legal counsel and tailor your documents to meet your needs and lifestyle.

Give us a call at (737) 265-7656 or contact us online to request an initial consultation with our estate planning team.

Types of Powers of Attorneys

Texas recognizes several different types of powers of attorney, each granting a unique privilege to the agent. Hembree Bell Law Firm can help you determine which powers of attorney is are best suited for your situation.

Our Estate Planning Lawyers can help you establish
several types of powers of attorney including:

  • General power of attorney: This POA allows the agent to act broadly and make decisions for you on a variety of matters.

  • Power of attorney for finances: This POA grants your agent the ability to make financial decisions for you. The agent is expected to act in your best interests
  • Power of attorney for healthcare: This POA allows the agent to make decisions about your health and medical care in the event that you are incapacitated or unable to decide for yourself.

  • Limited power of attorney: This POA grants the agent the power to act in a limited capacity. For example, it might allow them to complete a specific transaction on your behalf, such as signing a real estate document.

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