Powers of Attorney

Durable Power of Attorney

A durable power of attorney covers a broad scope of decisions regarding the financial affairs of an incapacitated person. By planning in advance, you can decide which activities you want the power of attorney to direct. You can give specific instructions as to who you want to have power of attorney, and in what circumstances or situations.

Medical Power of Attorney

If you become incapacitated, you want to make sure that the person making your medical decisions is someone who knows your wishes and preferences and who will have your best interests at heart. You need to designate someone you trust and make sure that the legal documents are clear and precise to ensure your wishes are honored. A medical power of attorney can give you the ability to dictate your medical treatment at all times.