Durable Power of Attorney Redmond

One of the most powerful estate planning tools an attorney can recommend to a client is a durable power of attorney. A competent Durable Power of Attorney in Redmond will guide you through the entire process. This attorney can be found at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Our firm is led by attorney Paul Eagle, and has extensive experience representing individuals in durable power of attorney legal situations.

When a person signs a power of attorney, he gives another person the power to act in his place and on his behalf in managing his assets and affairs. A durable power of attorney allows decisions to be made if the principal becomes incapacitated.

If you are interested in learning more, contact our Durable Power of Attorney in Redmond at 1-877-579-0650. You will receive a free telephone consultation. You also may benefit from our flat fee services. For general information, visit our FAQ page and blog.

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