What Is Power Of Attorney?
Estate planning is not only about the distribution of your assets after death. A complete estate plan takes into account the "What ifs?" associated with incapacitation during your lifetime.
Who will take care of you if you are in a coma, suffer from Alzheimer's disease, or for any reason can't make decisions for yourself? Powers of attorney are legal documents that can answer these questions at critical times. Without these documents, the alternative your loved ones might face is an expensive guardianship process through the courts that may take too long.
Powers of Attorney: Financial, Healthcare, and Living Wills in Wisconsin
If you are unable to make decisions about your own finances or health care choices, someone else can step in and help if you have created powers of attorney and related documents, including:
We know how important it is for these documents to express your wishes accurately. We will take the time to clearly explain the terms and provisions and help you understand these documents. To make sure your plan will work smoothly, we can talk with your family or loved ones to make sure they understand their roles and responsibilities, at no additional cost.
Why Should I Hire An Attorney For This?
With the free resources that are available, what is the benefit of hiring Block Legal Services?
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