Power of Attorney
Martin Foldie Law is here to help you appoint your power of attorney, ensuring that your wishes are enacted when you become incapacitated and are unable to speak for yourself. This document takes effect immediately upon creation, allowing you a calmer state of mind.
Michigan Law requires that any persons involved in this process be 18 years of age or older. The contents of the document can vary significantly depending on the needs of the individual. The document must be signed in the presence of two witnesses and does not need to be filed with the Michigan probate court.
- The power or attorney is no longer needed because the individual is now able to make decisions on their own.
- An individual has lost trust their agent.
- An individual has found another candidate more suitable for their needs to act as their agent.
- An individual’s agent may have moved away, died, or has become estranged.
- The original intent of the power of attorney has been fulfilled and there is no longer a need for an agent to act on their behalf.
- The printed name and address of the principal that granted the original individual appointed.
- The date the original document was signed.
- The printed name and address of the agent designated as power of attorney.
- The date of the Michigan Revocation of Power of Attorney form.