As Power-of-Attorney, CoG will follow your instructions (oral and written) and act in your best interest. Some common responsibilities that we fulfill as Power-of-Attorney include these:
– Engage in banking transactions.
– Pay bills.
– Access safety deposit boxes.
– Buy and sell property.
– Make decisions about investments.
– File tax returns.
– Access medical records.
– Make routine and emergency medical decisions on your behalf.
– Consent to treatment.
– Make decisions about long-term care and residential placement.
– Follow your wishes about end-of-life care.

Again, our role as your Power-of-Attorney can be as broad or as limited as you choose. Our responsibility is solely to you, and our job is to follow your instructions explicitly. By planning ahead, we will have the time to get to know you and learn your goals and wishes.