Pennsylvania Attorneys For Living Wills And Powers Of Attorney Matters
It is important for every family to plan ahead for the future. With guidance from an experienced lawyer, you can be certain that your estate plan is created according to your agenda. At Scaringi Law, we represent clients throughout Pennsylvania in matters relating to estate planning, wills, trusts, estate administration, probate, powers of attorney and more. We will provide individualized legal services that are tailored to meet your needs.
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Powers Of Attorney In Pennsylvania
A power of attorney designates another individual to act on your behalf in the event that you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. A power of attorney can make health care decisions, or he or she can be designated to make financial and non-medical decisions. Your choice of a power of attorney is extremely important, and we advise our clients to choose someone who is trustworthy and competent.
In Pennsylvania, there are two types of powers of attorney — a health care power of attorney and a general power of attorney. The health care power of attorney has the ability to make medical decisions while you are alive, but incapacitated or after your passing. A general power of attorney has the ability to make non-medical decisions and financial decisions in the event of your passing or if you become unable to make decisions on your own.
Planning Ahead For The Future
When we work with our clients to create an estate plan, there are four essential items we go through. We help our clients create a will, living will, health care power of attorney and general power of attorney. Taking time to plan ahead now can save you a considerable amount of expenses in the future, particularly if you end up in litigation. At Scaringi Law, we can represent your interests at any point of the planning process, as well as in litigation.
Wills And Trusts Attorneys Serving Harrisburg, Carlisle, Newport And All Of Pennsylvania
Please contact our Pennsylvania lawyers for living wills and powers of attorney to schedule a free consultation to discuss your legal needs.