Power of Attorney
Plans to take care of business, even when you can't.
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a written agreement that allows you to appoint a person or organization to manage your legal and financial affairs if you become unable to do so.
The Power of Attorney is obliged to act in your interests and can be revoked at any time.
Having a Power of Attorney will ensure a trusted “agent” will manage the practical, financial tasks that arise if you become incapacitated.
Some examples include:
- Paying bills
- Making bank deposits
- Completing insurance and benefits paperwork
- Managing property repairs
- Managing investments
- Handling taxes
Your Finances, Your Choices
By designating LSS as primary or secondary Power of Attorney, you can live with peace of mind, knowing we will be here when you need us. We are a trusted resource to help manage and protect your financial interests.
- Maintenance and accuracy of records are assured
- Trustworthy: 150 years of serving and supporting Minnesotans
- 30 + years of Fiduciary Services, including Power of Attorney, Personal Representative of the Estate, and Guardianship / Conservatorship
- Bonded and Insured to protect your interests
- Time-tested financial and reporting systems to assure compliance and accuracy
In the event you have not designated a Power of Attorney and become incapacitated and unable to manage your affairs on your own, the court will appoint a person or agency as the conservator. Make your own choices today to avoid cost and court-ordered action in the future.
The Power of Attorney (POA) can be specific to a certain task or broad enough to cover many financial duties.
Services can be one-time specific, such as handling the sale of property, or can be ongoing such as paying bills, balancing financial accounts, and preparing forms.