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A General Power of Attorney is used to allow someone to manage your financial, business and legal affairs if you are unable to because of incapacity, travel, emergency or otherwise.
This document is often made "Durable" so that it will stay valid if you become incapacitated.
A Limited Power of Attorney is often used for long or frequent travellers and can be used to allow them to take care of a child, property, or even pet. The powers will be limited and specifically defined usually within time frames.
A medical power of attorney allows another person to make health care decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated. This may take control or be subservient to a living will that makes specific healthcare decisions. Together they are call an Advanced Medical Directive
Naming a guardian allows parents to name legal godparents to take custody of minor children should they suffer an accidental death or disability. This person may or may not share duties with a trustee who would manage some of the financial and legal matters.
An advanced medical directive is a collection of documents used in case of a medical emergency. They often include a living will, medical power of attorney, organ donation instructions, and HIPPA Releases.
An agency contract is often used when hiring an attorney or other professional to handle your affairs. This document creates a fiduciary relationship whereby your agent may act on your behalf in so far as it is in your best interest.
A trust agreement is where you put trust in another, the trustee, to handle the assets and affairs that you put in to the trust according to your general or specific instructions.
A financial inventory makes the task of your attorney-in-fact, executor, trustee, representative or other agent much easier to have all accounts, advisors, and polcies put together in one document.