A Durable Power of Attorney consist of:
- Consultation with Estate Planning Attorney
- Appointment of attorney-in-fact to handle financial and legal matters on your behalf
- Digital and hard copy of all documents
- Instructional folder for attorney-in-fact
- Instructions on how to sign and witness your documents in compliance with the North Carolina Statutes.
A Durable Power of Attorney allows you to appoint a spouse, trusted family member, friend, or advisor as your agent or attorney-in-fact to manage your financial assets when you are unavailable or unable to do so.
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