Did you know that there are three types of Power of Attorney?

  1. Durable Power of Attorney -The general and special powers of attorney can all be made “durable” by adding certain text to the document. This means that the document will remain in effect or take effect if you become disabled or incapacitated.
  2. Special Power of Attorney – This power of attorney delegates limited authority to another person for them to act on your behalf.
  3. General Power of Attorney – This power of attorney delegates unlimited authority to another person for them to act on your behalf.