SOUTH CAROLINA DURABLE FINANCIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY
I, the principal
- my attorney-in-fact (hereinafter my “attorney-in-fact”), to act as initialed below, in my name, in my stead and for my benefit, hereby revoking any and all financial powers of attorney I may have executed in the past.
(Choose the applicable paragraph by placing your initials in the preceding space)
A. I grant my attorney-in-fact the powers set forth herein immediately upon the
execution of this document. These powers shall not be affected by any subsequent
disability or incapacity I may experience in the future.
B. I grant my attorney-in-fact the powers set forth herein only when it has
been determined in writing, by my attending physician, that I am unable to properly
handle my financial affairs.
POWERS OF ATTORNEY-IN-FACT
My attorney-in-fact shall exercise powers in my best interests and for my welfare, as a fiduciary. My attorney-in-fact shall have the following powers:
(Choose the applicable power(s) by placing your initials in the preceding space)
BANKING – To receive and deposit funds in any financial institution, and to
withdraw funds by check or otherwise to pay for goods, services, and any other
personal and business expenses for my benefit. If necessary to effect my attorney-in-
fact’s powers, my attorney-in-fact is authorized to execute any document required to
be signed by such banking institution.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOX – To have access at any time or times to any safe-
deposit box rented by me or to which I may have access, wheresoever located,
including drilling, if necessary, and to remove all or any part of the contents thereof, and
to surrender or relinquish said safe-deposit box; and any institution in which any such
safe-deposit box may be located shall not incur any liability to me or my estate as a
result of permitting my attorney-in-fact to exercise this power.