Power of Attorney Drafting in San Antonio Texas

If you need someone to give you permission to execute documents or to take action on your own behalf in San Antonio, a Texas estate planning attorney from The Voeller Law Firm can help you with this legal process. A power of attorney is a legal document that gives someone permission to act on your behalf when you are unable to do so. This can be short term, long term, or ongoing depending on the situation. This can be discussed during an initial consultation with one of our experienced estate planning lawyers at our San Antonio Texas law office.

What We Need to Know

A lawyer at our Texas law firm will need to understand the nature of the power of attorney you want to draft. Is this a one-time situation or do you need help ongoing? We will need to understand the relationship between the person drafting the power of attorney and the person they’re appointing as their power of attorney as well. This helps us to choose between a general power of attorney, durable power of attorney, limited power of attorney, medical power of attorney, and other types. Our goal is to help you to make the best decision for your future. The power of attorney must be both signed and dated before a notary.

Speak to an Experienced Estate Planning Attorney to Learn More About Power of Attorney Drafting in San Antonio Texas

Contacting a lawyer from The Voeller Law Firm to discuss power of attorney is vital to your financial future. We can give you details about the laws pertaining to power of attorney and help you to make the best decision for your situation. We offer free legal consultations. To learn more about our legal services and to schedule this free legal consultation, call our San Antonio Texas law office at (210) 651-3851.

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