Planning for the future often involves considering scenarios we'd rather not think about. One such essential but often overlooked document is the Financial Power of Attorney (POA). In this post, we delve into what it is and how you can get it notarized
What Is a Financial Power of Attorney?
A Financial POA is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone to manage your financial affairs in case you become incapacitated.
Why Do You Need It?
With a Financial POA, you can ensure that someone you trust will manage your assets, pay your bills, and make financial decisions if you are unable to do so.
How to Get it Notarized
At Mobile Notary by Kevin, we come to you to notarize your Financial POA at a location and time that works for you, whether it's your home, office, or a local coffee shop, hospital or care center at a time of your choosing. Our fee of $79 (includes travel and up to 5 notarizations within 30 miles)
Taking steps to secure your financial future can be a sensitive subject, but it’s a crucial one. For reliable notarization services, reach out to us today.