- Attorney Eric S. McDaniel
Power of Attorney During COVID
A Power of Attorney is a must have in the current COVID climate. Individuals that are isolated in skilled nursing facilities or in other locations may restrict that person's ability to handle bills, property, taxes, or financial investments. A Power of Attorney allows a trusted person to manage their affairs if they are unable to do so themselves. Having a Power of Attorney can ensure that a loved one’s personal property is under the supervision of a trusted individual during this time.