Power Of Attorney Services In Mesa AZ

What Is A Power Of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a written authorization to represent or act on another's behalf in private, legal, or business matters. The person authorizing the other to act is the power's principal, grantor, or donor. The one entitled to act is the agent. Check the most frequently asked questions about power of attorney in Arizona below.

A power of attorney allows someone you trust to make legal decisions and act on your behalf, such as managing finances, signing documents, or making medical choices if you become unable to do so.

You should have a power of attorney in place as a precautionary measure, ideally when you're of sound mind and can make your own decisions. It's important for both financial and healthcare matters.


Compton Law can help you decide which power of attorney is best-suited to meet your needs. We will assist you with the necessary paperwork, as well as selecting an agent who is capable of handling the responsibilities. The person you appoint will be responsible for making decisions that serve your best interests.

Practice Areas

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Estate Planning

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Simplify estate settlement with our expert guidance. We handle estate administration efficiently and with care.


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Living Trust

Establish a well-structured living trust to manage and distribute your assets according to your wishes.

Children Protection Trust

Ensure your children's rights and well-being in cases of divorce, neglect, abuse, and more.

Small Business Formation

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Medicaid Protection

Protect your assets during long-term care with our Medicaid Protection Trust.

Power Of

Designate a trusted individual to act on your behalf with a carefully drafted power of attorney document.

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