Powers of Attorney
No one wants to think there might come a day when they won’t be able to make decisions for themselves. But, because you can’t predict what the future holds, it’s important to plan for that possibility. A power of attorney puts decision-making authority, in the event you become incapacitated, in the hands of someone you trust.
We help you choose the right person (or people) to manage your assets and make choices about medical treatment and other aspects of your personal care, if you become incapacitated.
We recommend that you draw up powers of attorney when you make your will. Both are essential elements in your overall estate plan and should complement one another.