Estate Planning • Living Wills • Powers of Attorney
Powers of Attorney: You Decide Who Makes Your Decisions, Not the Courts
You should not have strangers determine how your financial decisions, health care or end of life care should be handled in the event that you become seriously ill or incapacitated. The Davidson Law Firm, P.C. can prepare the legal documents to make these decisions in advance or appoint a loved one to make the decisions. Contact Charlotte, North Carolina estate planning lawyer, Dave Davidson to learn more and for assistance. Call 704-540-5154 today!
Powers of Attorney
A power of attorney is a legal document that appoints someone to have certain powers that you have given them. By giving someone your power of attorney, you are allowing him, her, or the entity that you have appointed to legally act on your behalf in certain kinds of situations. The Davidson Law Firm can help you set up the powers of attorney that fits your specific needs:
- Durable Financial Power of Attorney
- North Carolina Power of Attorney for Health Care
A durable power of attorney is one that will either take effect or continue to take effect should you become incapacitated. A Health Care Power of Attorney provides a loved on the ability to make health care decisions on your behalf.
What happens if you don't have a power of attorney?
The worst case scenario is that your loved ones will have to go to court and request the court grant a guardianship over you. This can be very expensive. Aside from the cost, it is not the most efficient way of handling these situations if an emergency arises.
Having a valid power of attorney can avoid this scenario!
Health Care Power of Attorney
A Healthcare Power of Attorney is a document that designates authority for another individual to make healthcare decisions for you in the event that you become ill or unable to make these decisions for yourself. Charlotte, North Carolina Wills Lawyer Dave Davidson offers assistance to clients to ensure that the people closest to you will be making your end of life decisions - not a stranger.
You should not have strangers or the court determine how your healthcare should be handled in the event that you become seriously ill or incapacitated. The Davidson Law Firm, P.C. is familiar with the various legal documents available to make these decisions in advance or appoint a loved one to make the decisions. Contact Charlotte, North Carolina estate planning lawyer, Dave Davidson to learn more and for assistance.
A Living Will is a document that determines how an individual's end of life care should be handled if they become unable to direct their own care. Essentially for most people, this is a way to direct doctors regarding an individual's wish to be kept alive or not, once in a vegetative state or a terminally ill condition... Living will lawyer Dave Davidson is able to create a valid living will for clients so that the client is able to make this decision - not strangers, doctors, or congress. Ensure that your care is handled in the way that you or your loved ones choose it to be handled. Contact a North Carolina living will and healthcare proxy lawyer to discuss your legal needs.
Advanced Planning Assistance
If you become incapacitated and there is not a valid document stating your wishes or appointment of decision making, the courts or doctors will have no choice but to make the decisions for you. Ensure that your care is handled in the way that you or your loved ones choose it to be handled. Contact a North Carolina Living Will and Healthcare Power of Attorney lawyer to discuss your legal needs.
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