Our firm is expert in establishing the durable power of attorney and living wills—two documents that are important and necessary for many families. Even if your family does know what your wishes are, it benefits you to have legal documents providing directives in the event you become ill or incapacitated.
A durable power of attorney is a legal document that designates the person who will act on your behalf regarding financial matters. This person is called an “attorney-in-fact.” He or she will make financial decisions in your best interest when you are no longer able to. Without a durable power of attorney, family members are left pursuing lengthy and costly incompetency proceedings to appoint a legal guardian.
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