What Is A Durable Power Of Attorney In Georgia?
One of the best reasons to start the estate planning process sooner rather than later is that it will allow you to make decisions about what will happen to you if you can no longer make those decisions for yourself. Unlike a will, which will be used after you are gone, your advance directives let people know what you want to happen to you while you are still alive.
At Ruppenthal Law Firm, P.C., we can help you draft advance directives for your health care, finances and living situation in the event that you become unexpectedly incapacitated.
We Assist Georgia Residents With Advance Directives Of All Kinds
At our office in Fayetteville, Georgia, we can answer all your questions and help you draft advance directives such as:
- Living wills: This will let your family and your doctors know if you want life-extending care in the event of a terminal illness, persistent vegetative state or a coma with no sign of recovery.
- Health care power of attorney: This will designate someone you feel you can trust to make health care decisions on your behalf.
- Financial power of attorney: This person will handle your money and finances if you cannot make those decisions for yourself.
You Do Not Have To Go Through The Estate Planning Process Alone
We here at Ruppenthal Law Firm, P.C., pride ourselves on creating a stress-free environment for our clients. We know that making the decisions that go into drafting these advance directives is difficult, which is why we will provide you with all the legal advice you need to make those decisions.
Contact our office in Fayetteville at 770-334-9699 to schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney who will listen to your concerns and help you address them.