Power Of Attorney
Since 1985, Bononi & Company, P.C., has been the trusted name in wills, trusts, estate planning and estate administration in Westmoreland County. Our team can assist you in the preparation of a power of attorney.
A power of attorney allows another person to act on your behalf for legal or financial matters. A person acting as a power of attorney for someone else must do the following:
- Act for the benefit of the principal (person who gave power of attorney)
- Keep assets separate
- Use reasonable discretion
- Keep full records and accounting
Our trusted team of attorneys and accountants can help you or your loved one navigate the requirements of a power of attorney in Pennsylvania. We can simplify the process so you can accomplish your goals. Whether it be a power of attorney for an aging parent or part of your estate plan, our experienced team can offer you personalized solutions to your power of attorney questions.
TRUST US to prepare your power of attorney and TRUST US to help you navigate the requirements as a loved one’s power of attorney.
How Does The Power Of Attorney Process Work?
Key factors that go into securing a legally binding power of attorney begin with deciding on a person or entity you trust with decision-making powers. With a trusted designee in mind, next steps will include determining details about financial and health care decisions and demonstrating that you are of sound mind when signing the document.
Contact Us For Assistance
If you are considering whether or not you should see a lawyer about a power of attorney, stop thinking and make an appointment. Whether you are facing surgery, suffer a long-term illness, traveling abroad or have no worries whatsoever, it’s important to have a power of attorney that protects your best interests.
That’s why the legal team at Bononi & Company, P.C., provides power of attorney guidance and services. Call our law office in Greensburg at 866-343-8555, email or chat to schedule a consultation today.