Almost everyone needs to have a general power of attorney naming another person to care for an individual’s financial situation should the person be incapacitated. In addition, everyone needs to have a health care power of attorney naming another to make medical decisions for the person if incapacitated. Our attorneys are able to assist you in the necessary planning for unexpected illness or incapacity with powers of attorney and health care powers of attorney, as well as choices about end-of-life decisions with advance care plans.

Powers of Attorney and Advanced Care Plans | Richard K. Smith, Marshall Albritton

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