Powers-of-Attorney are only as good as the agents who are appointed. Appointing a trustworthy person as an agent is critical. In many cases, this person is a spouse, an adult child, or a close friend. But in other cases, a trusted family member or friend may not be available to serve. Your family may live in another state or country. Or you may not have any close family or friends that can be trusted with this responsibility. You may simply want to spare your loved ones the burden of handling your affairs if you become incapacitated. Whatever the reason, CoG can offer you peace of mind, knowing that your future financial and medical decisions are in good hands.