Power of Attorney

A power of attorney should be a part of your estate plan.  In Texas, the document most commonly used is referred to as a statutory, durable power of attorney.  In this document, you can and should name a person (and at least one alternate) to serve as your agent to take care of your business matters, such as paying bills, filing taxes, making bank deposits, and other activities that are necessary in all of our lives.

Some people put off signing a power of attorney, because they are worried about losing