Regardless of your age or present health condition, establishing a Power of Attorney is in your best interest. That is because medical emergencies often impact more than just your health. They can also prevent you from making important financial and legal decisions that affect you and your family.
A Power of Attorney gives you the ability to select a trusted family member, friend or other individual to act as your agent in making these decisions. At the Dunn Law Group, P.C. we can draft this document to either give immediate authority to the agent that you select, or to bestow this authority upon them only if you become incapacitated.
Without a properly crafted Power of Attorney, however, your family would need to incur the time and expense of securing a court appointed conservator to make legal decision and handle your financial affairs if you become incapacitated. A Power of Attorney makes sure that the people you trust are in charge.
If you want to reach out to our power of attorney lawyer in Boston, contact us online or call (617) 879-8664 for help.