Who do you want to make decisions about your financial affairs and medical treatment if you are unable to? If something happens to you and you do not have a valid Power of Attorney and Advance Care Directive in place, you are going to run into some difficulties. Unfortunately, your family and friends cannot immediately make decisions on your behalf and they may have to jump through several costly and time enduring hoops before they can help you. We encourage you to appoint your attorneys and substitute decision-makers in your Power of Attorney and an Advance Care Directive to create peace of mind for your loved ones.
Contact our friendly team today to start preparing, just in case.