I had a question pop up on a video I had posted on the necessity of getting a Power of Attorney EARLY. They asked for Low Cost options and because I love this community I made sure to do my research, sooo
Be aware that Every POA needs to be notarized, this shouldnt cost you more than $20 in every state.
The Cheapest way to get one done is by downloading a template off the internet for FREE a great website for this is, https://eforms.com/power-of-attorney/
You can also use an online company like Legal Zoom, Rocket Law for a Basic POA for $35 and a comprehensive one for $45 plus a monthly subscription.
Some of our supporters even chimed in on unconventional ways they've accomplished this task...
One got a POA done at their Credit union as a courtesy, another supporter shared that a Social Worker at any Hospital can help you get one done as well.
Average cost POA with a Lawyer $200-$650 so I understand wanting to do this yourself however,
In uncomplicated situations a low cost POA may suffice.
Many people use lawyers for peace of mind because a Power Of Attorney can be disputed...
Family issues are the most common cause for POA disputes.
So make sure everyone is in good standing before taking the low cost route.