Powers Of Attorney And Advance Health Care Directives

One goal of estate planning is to contemplate the range of possibilities that could affect your life. For example, you are able to make your own financial and medical decisions while you are healthy and alert, but what happens if you become incapacitated? How would you want those decisions to be made?

At the York and Lancaster law offices of Trinity Law, we help our clients plan for the unexpected by creating powers of attorney and advance health care directives, sometimes called living wills. Our 30-plus years of estate planning experience has taught us that most people should go further than creating a simple will. Adding documents like powers of attorney or advance health care directives is essential to your peace of mind, because you will know that important decisions about your life will be made by someone you trust.

Planning for the Future

Our Pennsylvania lawyers provide comprehensive estate planning services. As part of our efforts, we often help clients establish:

  • Powers of attorney: This document allows you to name a person who will make certain financial and business decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated due to injury, illness or any other reason. The person who holds power of attorney can make a range of decisions, from paying bills to investment decisions.
  • Advance health care directives: Sometimes referred to as a living will, this is a document you can create, in which you name someone who will make important decisions about your health care, such as what treatments you should or should not receive.

Our attorneys have a passion for serving clients in York County, Lancaster County, Cumberland County and all surrounding areas in southeastern Pennsylvania. We will handle your estate planning with sensitivity and with the utmost care and attention to detail.

Contact a Lancaster Advance Health Care Directive Lawyer

To learn more about creating a living will or giving someone power of attorney to make certain decisions on your behalf, call Trinity Law, at 717-843-8046, toll free 866-464-5297 or simply send us an email. We accept major credit cards as payment.

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