Power of Attorney Lawyers in Kona (Kealakekua) and Kamuela (Waimea) | Olson & SonsHaving a power of attorney helps you manage your affairs and administer your assets if you are unable to do so or become incapacitated. A power of attorney is essentially a document authorizing another to act on your behalf in your personal affairs, business matters, and legal matters.
However, a power of attorney does have limitations.
For more information on a power of attorney, please call for an appointment in Kona (Kealakekua) or Kamuela (Waimea).
*Nothing herein constitutes legal advice, you should seek an attorney before you take any action, nor does anything herein create an attorney client relationship.