What is Powers of Attorney?

In order to avoid expensive Guardianship proceedings, you may have powers of attorney drafted for your health care and finances. These documents ensure that you select the individuals who will make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to make financial or health care decisions for yourself. If you do not have these documents and become incapacitated, a Circuit Court Judge will decide who will make these decisions for you in a Court proceeding for Guardianship, without knowing your desires.

Easton Law will help you understand and set up Powers of Attorney.

Contact Easton Law today at (262) 654-8669