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Have a trusted person at the forefront of your financial management. Create a financial power of attorney with TrulyWill easily, quickly, and under a budget!
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Financial Power of Attorney
Create your Financial Power of Attorney document to appoint someone to handle your financial affairs.
Financial Power of Attorney
Will Bundle
A plan for who will look after your children and what should happen to your assets if something happens.
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Trust Bundle
Avoid probate with a complete plan for the protection and transfer of your most important assets.
Revocable Living Trust
Trust Funding Instructions
Certification of Trust
Last Will & Testament
Power of Attorney
HIPAA Authorization
Living Will
Important Directives:Advance Health Care Directive, Funeral Directive, and Pet Directive.
Why should you create a Financial Power of Attorney?
A financial POA is responsible for your money matters. If you don't have this document and haven't selected a person, it could lead to trouble for your loved ones as they might have to step in. They are responsible for these decisions:
Support your family: A financial POA can provide for your family's financial needs.
Manage your medical and insurance bills if you get ill.
Manage and keep your businesses running if you're incapacitated.
Look after your insurance and retirement accounts.
File and handle your tax obligations
Manage your real estate property

Why Choose Us?

We offer estate planning documents and bundles at a fraction of what you would usually pay to an attorney.
Accessible advice
You can chat, talk, or mail us for any queries. We're here and would love to make estate planning easier for you.
There isn't a better comfort than completing this entire process right from your home. We offer that convenience to you!
Expert Team
TrulyWill has a team of attorneys with 20+ years of experience in estate planning.
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Need help? Talk to our Attorneys

We also offer an attorney assist option if you need legal help while creating your estate planning documents

Take the First Step
Feeling overwhelmed with the questions? Get started with a quick session with your state-authorized attorney then follow the guided text and questions.
Unlimited Assistance
Have questions that don’t fit into your unique situation? Your attorney is on the speed dial and your calendar. Book at your convenience.
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Follow these three simple steps!

Our process is simple and easy!

Answer a set of simple questions (We also have guides alongside these questions!)
Submit the document, and our experts will review the generated documents
Sign and notarize the documents to finalize
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Financial Power of Attorney (POA)?
A financial POA is an estate planning document where you can appoint someone to manage the financial affairs if you become incapacitated. It can be due to an illness or mental incapacity where you may not be able to make these decisions. Your POA would make them on your behalf.
What are the powers of a Financial Power of Attorney?
A financial power of attorney has the power to manage your money. It includes paying your medical bills, looking after your family's financial needs, managing your business, or paying off your taxes and other financial obligations. They have to act in your best interest at all times.
When does a durable financial power of attorney take effect?
Your POA would take effect when you become incapacitated due to any physical or mental illness or go into a coma.
Can I revoke my financial power of attorney?
Yes, you can revoke and change your financial power of attorney when you're alive and in a sound mental condition.
Can I limit the powers of my Financial Power of Attorney?
You can put limits on which decisions your financial POA can take, but they would still be responsible for major financial matters. It's always better to have a trusted person for this role.
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