You met with the attorney, you signed your Power of Attorney documents, now you head to the bank. The bank says they will not accept your paperwork. What do you do now? Are they allowed to do that? Isn’t this a legal document? Believe it or not, this is a familiar question estate planning attorneys are asked from all over the country:
“Can the bank refuse my power of attorney?”
How about the doctor? In this webinar Wednesday replay, Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney explores the confusing, and sometimes frustrating world of Power of Attorney documents. What is legal, what is allowed, and what does it all mean for you or your loved ones?
Watch this webinar replay to learn:
- What circumstances determine which rules the banks will follow
- How the documents work in theory vs. in “real life”
- How to make it more acceptable
- The different types of documents and why they matter
- Can the doctor, paramedic, hospital refuse my power of attorney
Before you sign your designate who’s in charge, it is important to know what they will be in charge of. This webinar will explore the differences in the types of documents and how you can be sure you and your loved ones are protected.
If the bank or medical facility has refused your power of attorney, or if you haven’t yet gotten a power of attorney document of your own contact our firm today. We can discuss your goals, concerns, and our process. Contact us today.