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Power of Attorney in Brentwood

Understanding the Importance of a Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document where one person can give another individual authorization to make decisions and act on their behalf. This document typically goes into effect under certain circumstances, such as if they become unable to make their own decisions or upon their death. However, a power of attorney may be drafted to give someone the power to make certain decisions while you are still involved and alive.

Carter Law, PLLC can assist you in drafting documents that allow another individual to make specific decisions or "durable" powers, which last until they are severed or revoked. Our Brentwood estate planning lawyer can answer all of your questions and ensure you make informed decisions to protect your future.

To learn how we can help or to secure our help in drafting a power of attorney, reach out to us at (615) 455-3251.

Why Draft a Power of Attorney

Planning ahead for the inevitable or the unforeseen is never something you look forward to. However, drafting a power of attorney can be seen as a safety measure and may give you incredible peace of mind. By putting a power of attorney (or multiple legal documents) in place, you can rest easy knowing that your financial affairs, healthcare, and end-of-life care will be in the hands of a trusted family member or friend. You will never have to worry about whether or not your wishes are clearly stated because we can help ensure that they are.

There are several types of power of attorney documents, including:

  • Limited power of attorney
  • General power of attorney
  • Durable power of attorney
  • Medical power of attorney
  • Financial power of attorney

Establish a Power of Attorney in Williamson County

There are a number of reasons why you may want to draft legal documents to let someone manage your finances or affairs. Whether you are suffering from a serious illness, are far away from your business dealings, or simply do not want to manage your own affairs, Carter Law, PLLC can help. You can rely on us to provide competent counsel and answer your questions every step of the way, ensuring your wishes will be respected.

To draft a power of attorney with the help of a Brentwood estate planning lawyer, give us a call at (615) 455-3251.

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