Who will make decisions on your behalf if you can no longer make them yourself? Who will have the power to sign documents for you, or make sure your bills are paid if you become incapacitated? Without a durable power of attorney, a decision maker will be named for an incapacitated person by a judge in guardianship or conservatorship court. A carefully-written durable power of attorney will allow you to name someone you trust to make decisions for you in the event you become disabled to the point of no longer being able to make those decisions yourself.
Because of the importance of this document, it should only be drafted by an experienced professional. Don’t take the drafting of such an important document lightly. Our team of Oklahoma City estate planning attorneys have had years of experience and can assist you in ensuring that your wishes will be carried out no matter what happens.
Call our team today at (855) 973-8877 to learn more about the benefits of setting up a power of attorney.
Predicting when you will become ill or otherwise incapacitated is virtually impossible. This is why it is so important to have a trusted person in place who can help make decisions on your behalf as you would have done yourself.
Don’t leave your healthcare, your children, or your finances to chance if something should happen to you. By sitting down with our Oklahoma City estate planning lawyers, you are taking the future into your own hands and ensuring that decisions will be made according to your wishes no matter what.
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