Powers of Attorney

You can grant someone the power of attorney, which enables them to deal with your medical or financial affairs should you become incapacitated. The person you choose to serve with power of attorney should naturally be someone you trust to carry out your wishes and act with your best interests at heart—it might be a spouse, an adult child, a sibling, a friend, etc.


If you’re interested in learning more about how to appoint a loved one with the power of attorney, call our office today. We can help you carry out the necessary legal steps to establish your wishes in a legal document.