Attorneys at Mitchell Law Group can help you to protect your future wishes and draft documents to ensure your property and health are cared for in a manner that is acceptable to you. A will is a document that outlines how you wish for your property to be divided and/or your children to be cared for upon your death. A health care proxy names a person that you wish to make healthcare decisions for you if you are unable to make these decisions for yourself. A living will provides information about what types of life-saving methods you want to be used, if any. Finally, a power of attorney is a person named to have authority to make various decisions on your behalf, primarily in relation to financial decisions, including banking transactions, property transfers and/or operation of a business, in the event that you are incapable of doing so.
The attorneys at Mitchell & Associate can help you to determine which of these documents are necessary to protect your specific interests.
As with all other information contained on this website, this information should not be considered legal advice and you should seek advice from an attorney. Appointments may be arranged to discuss your situation with our attorneys but no advice may be given by initial phone or email contact.