A Trust is a legal entity that allows a third party (trustee) to manage the assets of the trust for the benefit of the beneficiaries. Trusts can be arranged in such a way to reduce estate taxes, specify how and when the assets are distributed and so on. Let us help you determine what kind of trust is best for your situation.
A Power of Attorney (commonly referred to as POA) is a document that allows an individual/organization you appoint to legally act in your place. Some examples of POA include: General (very broad in nature); Special (specific in nature); Financial; and Healthcare. Due to the nature of a POA, one can be designed to fit your specific needs.