Louisiana Power of Attorney Package Special Pricing
Do you or a relative or friend need a Power of Attorney? A General Power of Attorney allows someone to appoint a person to represent them in business and financial transactions. This is important if a person is ill, not ambulatory, or may be traveling or otherwise unavailable. In Louisiana this document is called a General Mandate and Procuration. Your Civil Law Notary Public can draft any type of Power of Attorney that you need, including Power of Attorney for Real Estate, Financial Power of Attorney, Springing Power of Attorney, General Power of Attorney, Durable Power of Attorney and Medical Power of Attorney.
Don't risk downloading a power of attorney document from an internet website. Have a Louisiana Civil Law Notary Public prepare your document that will conform to the unique laws of the State of Louisiana.
You will be provided with:
Three (3) original General Power of Attorney documents (or an original and two Certified True Copies) and;
Three (3) original Healthcare Power of Attorney documents (or an original and two Certified True Copies) and;
The Louisiana Civil Law Notary Public will come to your home, office, hospital room, nursing home, or other location to execute the Power of Attorney.
Notary service is provided to all area hospitals including all Ochsner Hospitals, East Jefferson Hospital, West Jefferson Hospital, Touro Hospital, Tulane University Medical Center, University Medical Center, St. Charles General Hospital, and all New Orleans, LA area nursing homes and assisted living centers.
Please note the following important information:
The person granting the power of attorney (referred to as the Principal) must be of sound mind and able to comprehend and understand his or her actions.
The Principal and the person who is being appointed as the Representative (or Agent) must have government issued photo identification (driver's license, state ID card, or passport).
Two (2) witnesses must be present at the time the power of attorney is signed and must sign their names to the document. Witnesses may be relatives, friends or any person other than the Principal or Representative but cannot be the Notary. For persons who may be confined to a hospital or nursing home, please take note that many of these institutions will not allow their employees to be witnesses. It is strongly suggested that you make arrangements to provide two witnesses at the time of the document signing.
Call 504-669-7995 for more information and ask about the Special Pricing for Louisiana Power Of Attorney !!