Powers of Attorney

If you do not appoint someone to manage your finances and your health care should you become incapacitated, you risk the court appointing someone to take control over your financial affairs and health care decisions. With help from two basic documents, you can put those fears to rest. Every person’s estate plan, regardless of wealth, should contain a health care power of attorney and a financial power of attorney.

With compassionate questions and careful listening, we create powers of attorney that are as simple or as complex as necessary to meet our clients’ goals and clearly express their wishes. To schedule a consultation and begin creating an estate plan, contact our estate planning office to make an appointment with one of our Philadelphia powers of attorney lawyers.