By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a New Jersey Power of Attorney Lawyer
Yes. Everyone doing estate planning should execute a durable general power of attorney for financial, property, and legal affairs. This document is also often used in conjunction with a revocable living trust to enable your agent to transfer your assets into your trust in the event you become disabled. A general power of attorney can be made effective immediately upon being signed or can become effective at the time of your incapacity, which is also called a “springing” power of attorney.
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