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Daytona Beach "Power of Attorney" Lawyers

Daytona Beach "Power of Attorney" Lawyers, providing experienced "Power of Attorney" and Estate Plannng Attorney legal services in Daytona Beach, Port Orange, New Smynra Beach, Deltona, Volusia County and Central Florida area.

Call Kagen & Gillespie, PA today to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your "Power of Attorney" and Estate Planning legal issues.

John Gillespie | 386.308.1035
Tracey Kagan | 386.337.5445

A Power of Attorney is a legal document, typically included in ones estate planning which allows you to appoint an individual or organization to handle your affairs while if you are unavailable or physically or mentally unable to do so yourself. The person or organization you appoint is referred to as an "Attorney-in-Fact" or "Agent."

A Power of Attorney may be drafted to give specific duties or authority, or broad authority, depending upon the language of the Power of Attorney Document. The more detailed the instructions, authority, or restrictions contained in the legal document are, it increases your ability to ensure your interests and well being are properly maintained.

In the state of Florida the types of Powers of Attorney include:

Regardless of the type of Power of Attorney, the importance of specifying the authorities, limitations, and restrictions is extremely important, as well as your choice of who to grant Power of Attorney. The "Attorney-in-Fact" or "Agent" has a legal responsibility to act only in the best interest of the individual, individuals, estate, or organization the Power of Attorney was drafted to serve. You may choose to revoke a Power of Attorney at any time, and in the case of physical or mental incapacitation, if a breach of duties is proven, the court may remove "Attorney-in-Fact" or "Agent" and appoint another individual to perform the duties and responsibilities of the Power of Attorney.

A Power of Attorney commonly addresses issues including, but not limited to:

Call an Experienced Daytona Beach "Power of Attorney" Lawyer at Kagan & Gillespie, PA for a confidential legal consultation.

John Gillespie | 386.308.1035
Tracey Kagan | 386.337.5445

Daytona Beach and Central Florida Lawyers

John Gillespie | 386.308.1035
Tracey Kagan | 386.377.5445

Attorneys, John Gillespie and Tracey Kagan serves the Power of Attorney, Estate Planning and Probate Lawyer legal needs of those in Central Florida including Daytona Beach, Port Orange, New Smynra Beach, Deltona, Volusia County and Central Florida area.

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