It's easy to understand the importance of a power of attorney. Your clients have hired you in part to protect their families from financial hardship in emergencies, when they are sick or unavailable.

At Oak Point Financial Group, we recently had an experience with a client in failing health that convinced me of what we, of course, already knew: It is essential to obtain a power of attorney for every client and keep it on file.

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