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Power of Attorney
Creation of a Power of Attorney requires careful selection of the individual who will make vital decisions on your behalf. Dan Kellogg has represented area residents for over 35 years to help with all aspects of estate planning.
Powers of Attorney can be used to delegate authority to someone (the agent) to make important financial and/or health care decisions. However, the delegated authority can be misused. So it is important that adequate thought be given to the decision whether to sign a Power of Attorney.
The Power of Attorney can usually be revoked. However, actions taken by the agent before the revocation of the Power of Attorney may be enforceable.
Dan not only brings extensive experience and in-depth legal knowledge but also a personalized handling of estate planning matters to give his client’s confidence in the Estate Planning arrangements that they make.
Do not leave your loved ones to wonder what your wishes truly were. Contact the Kent-based Law Offices of Dan Kellogg today at 888-745-2661.
A Renton Law Firm Helping Clients for More Than 35 Years
There may be a time when you cannot make important decisions regarding your financial assets or the course of your health care. Delegating that authority is a decision that requires careful consideration.
Contact the Law Firm
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced estate planning lawyer regarding a Power of Attorney, please contact Dan.