Power of Attorney

In Oklahoma, you can sign a durable power of attorney to appoint someone to handle your assets if you become severely disabled. A power of attorney should include the power to:

  • Manage and transfer all assets
  • Deal with the IRS
  • Make gifts on your behalf
  • Create and amend any trusts you set up

You don’t need to transfer any assets when you sign a power of attorney. It is a good idea to keep the person you’ve chosen informed about your ongoing financial matters. Easy Paralegal Services is here to help you with the paperwork.