Melbourne Powers Of Attorney
A power of attorney, one of many useful estate planning instruments available to you, can be classified as financial, durable and medical. Each is a less expensive shortcut that avoids the need for a guardianship. And it allows a family member or other trusted person to help manage your finances and pay your bills if you are suddenly unable to.
To determine the exact combination of estate tools that address your wishes for your family’s future, you should speak with an experienced estate and probate lawyer right away.
Pierre A.L. Mommers of the Mommers & Colombo, Attorneys at Law, law firm in Melbourne can recommend a power of attorney, will, trust or guardianship that is tailored to your specific needs.
Pierre A.L. Mommers can explain the difference between a durable power of attorney and medical power of attorney, discuss recent changes in Florida law affecting this estate planning strategy and generally use his broad knowledge and years of experience to your benefit.
At Mommers & Colombo, Attorneys at Law, our goal is to help you prepare for the future before the future arrives. You need to know that property will be distributed and assets allocated according to your exact wishes. Call or email us to arrange your free consultation.
Melbourne Powers Of Attorney Lawyer With More Than 15 Years Of Estate Planning Experience
One way to avoid an expensive guardianship is by creating a power of attorney. A medical power of attorney allows you to choose a person to make medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated. A financial power of attorney permits you to choose a person who will make financial decisions on your behalf. When used in conjunction with a health care surrogate designation, a power of attorney ( POA ) can help avoid a court supervised guardianship should you become temporarily or permanently incapacitated, thereby saving you and your family many thousands of dollars, perhaps even tens of thousands of dollars.
The objective of any estate planning approach, or combination of them, is to promote your peace of mind and give you confidence that loved ones will be provided for after you are gone. Contact Pierre A.L. Mommers today to arrange your detailed discussion of powers of attorney and their alternatives in an initial consultation. Call toll free to 866-447-0271 or send an email message.