Aubrey Law

If I give my agent immediate powers, do I forfeit all rights to make financial decisions?


Transcript:

If you grant someone the authority to act on your behalf through a durable power of attorney or a general power of attorney or healthcare surrogate. You are not giving up your right to make those decisions. You are simply authorizing them also to make those decisions. You can continue to make decisions over any of these areas of your life so long as you choose to.