Florida Power of Attorney

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A Florida power of attorney allows you to designate someone to act on your behalf. This is critically important for everyone, not just the elderly. A power of attorney allows someone to make health care decisions or financial decisions when you are in need.

There are different types of these agreements in Florida.

  • Limited Power of Attorney gives someone the authority to conduct a specific act.
  • General Power of Attorney gives someone very broad powers to perform any legal act on your behalf.
  • Durable Power of Attorney remains in effect in the circumstance where you become incapacitated. Most power of attorney agreements are durable.

Our attorneys will walk you through the entire process. We will ensure that all of the criteria and qualifications are met so that the power of attorney granted is valid. Our experience is invaluable when you aren’t sure of the questions that need to be asked. We are here for you now, throughout the process and long after the Florida power of attorney has been granted.

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If you are thinking of a power of attorney agreement, call our experienced attorneys today to discuss your legal options. We can assist you through these complex transactions.

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