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Power of Attorney

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Texas Powers of Attorney Lawyers

Comprehensive Power of Attorney Services 

When you need to confer your rights to another person, you should have a formal power of attorney drafted. There are several forms of powers of attorney, which is why you should obtain the professional help of an experienced legal professional in Texas. A probate lawyer in Texas, Keith Morris, is ready to assist you.

Understanding Different Types of Powers of Attorney

You will be able to give a narrow or wide range of authority through powers of attorney. It is a legal document that gives your attorney-in-fact the ability to act on your behalf or to complete a specific task or tasks. This power can be perpetual or it can be terminated at the onset of certain future events or dates.

You will be able to give a narrow or wide range of authority through powers of attorney. It is a legal document that gives your attorney-in-fact the ability to act on your behalf or to complete a specific task or tasks. This power can be perpetual or it can be terminated at the onset of certain future events or dates.

Securing Your Interests With a Durable Power of Attorney

A Durable Power of Attorney remains in effect, even if the principal becomes incompetent. The attorney-in-fact will act for the principal as he or she sees fit. This power will remain in effect indefinitely, unless a termination date is specified.

Healthcare Decisions: Medical Power of Attorney in Texas

These types of powers of attorney instruct the attorney-in-fact to make health related decisions on behalf of the principal, if they are unable to participate in the management of their own health. It will outline your wishes for varying medical scenarios, so it is important that your Medical Power of Attorney is completed correctly.

Granting Authority With a General Power of Attorney

A General Power of Attorney gives your attorney-in-fact a broad power over a specific area or all areas of the principal’s life. This type of authority should be bestowed with great care, in order to ensure that a trusted party carries out your financial and personal matters.

Designating Specific Powers with a Limited Power of Attorney

Individuals that want to give a very specific power to an attorney-in-fact can create a Special Power of Attorney. This document pertains to a specific matter at hand and can be designed to terminate once the act has been completed.

Why Choose Professional Legal Assistance for Your Power of Attorney

When you are thinking about enacting powers of attorney, you should work with an attorney that has considerable experience with these formal documents. Attorney Morris provides clients with detailed and accurate powers of attorney that not only protect their interests, but also accomplish their goals.

If you are looking for a lawyer that understands that importance of powers of attorney in estate planning services in Texas, then you should contact Keith Morris & Stacy Kelly, Attorneys at Law. We are ready to assist you!

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    Won lengthy evidentiary hearing to prove client was not in contempt of court to avoid sanction or jail time.

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