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Feb 20, 2013

Why or Why Not to Utilize the Free Maryland Power of Attorney Form

Feb 20, 2013 - Estate Planning by |

Power of Attorney Free Form in Maryland is Available — But Should You Use It?

If you’ve been searching for a free Maryland power of attorney form, then you’ll be able to find and access that via many official channels. We’re certainly not trying to conceal that free power of attorney form from you. That’s not the point, here.

In fact, here’s the link for you to download the Maryland power of attorney free form directly, in a PDF file. So if you can simply download that and complete it on your own, why should you consult with an attorney at all?

Well, the Maryland power of attorney form is of course a very important legal document, with serious implications. It’s crucial to fully understand each and every consideration and issue being addressed, and equally crucial to be able to appropriately and accurately complete the form to reflect the desires of you and your family.

There are many issues across all areas of life where individuals could likely complete a task on their own, without professional assistance, and accordingly experience different results. You might be able to build the new deck in your backyard, with considerably greater aggravation and commitment of time, and with potentially poorer quality results, than a contractor who you hired would. And your deck doesn’t hold potential life or death consequences or decisions, either.

Completing a power of attorney form in Maryland thoroughly, accurately and carefully is of the essence. If you have any questions or concerns, or you’d like to plan ahead and complete a Maryland power of attorney form before an unforeseen event arises, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Call the Law Offices of Brandon Bernstein at 240.395.1418 and we’ll provide you with a free consultation to go over the basics and let you know how we can help you with and provide superior results than simply utilizing a free power of attorney form in Maryland.


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