Sometimes, we all need help. One of the ways to establish a formal arrangement for another person to help with certain aspects of your life is through a Power of Attorney.
Granting a Power of Attorney is an important decision. A Power of Attorney can give another person power over your affairs, from relatively simple matters such as paying your bills to intensely personal and complicated matters such as your health care decisions.
It’s critical to get good legal advice before signing a Power of Attorney. Download our Power of Attorney brochure to learn more about some of the basic terms involved as well as tips for your to consider. This information is not a substitute for personal legal advice from a competent attorney.
To get legal assistance, contact the following:
- Kansas Elder Law Hotline
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
(888) 35-ELDER or (888) 353-5337
- Kansas Legal Services – Central Intake