Powers of Attorney
Powers of attorney are an important component of any estate plan and they can be useful for clients of any age. These documents are flexible and can be tailored to your specific needs and wishes. An experienced attorney can help you lay out the terms of your power of attorney in a manner that focuses on what matters to you.
Melissa Hancock has many years of experience helping individuals and their loved ones as they prepare for the future, which inevitably includes the possibility of disability or incapacity issues. An essential component of this planning involves powers of attorney so that the person(s) you identify as your agent(s) may assist if and when you face these issues during your lifetime. Properly drafted powers of attorney can help to avoid the need for a guardianship and/or conservator-ship if you need assistance managing your financial and health care matters at any point in the future.
To learn more about the benefits of a power of attorney, contact Melissa Hancock today.