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Understanding Pennsylvania Power Of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document that appoints someone to manage your affairs if you become incapacitated. The person you appoint will make decisions on your behalf regarding your health care, finances and even your business depending on which type of agreements you decide to have.

The law in Pennsylvania recently changed, significantly impacting the notice requirement and signature pages for agents in powers of attorney documents. Contact us to have your powers of attorney reviewed and updated.

Our staff at the Family Legal Center, LLC, in Monroeville, can handle all your powers of attorney needs. We understand estate planning laws and how they impact your specific situation. We have more than 25 years of experience helping individuals and families with simple to complex estate planning matters involving powers of attorney issues.

Types Of Powers Of Attorney

We provide personalized service that is reliable and honest. Our experience and knowledge of the process will help us guide you through the process in such a way so all of your concerns are addressed.

We have created and reviewed all types of powers of attorney documents, including:

  • Health care power of attorney
  • Financial power of attorney
  • Business power of attorney

Our lawyer will carefully evaluate your situation to determine the types of documents you need to protect your rights and to preserve your assets. We will put your best interests first. We know how difficult this process can be — we are here to help you every step of the way.

Whom To Appoint In Your POA

We will help you understand how a power of attorney will impact your life as well as your family’s lives, and help you decide whom to appoint for each document. It is important to remember that this person will be in charge of making your health care, financial or business decisions — so you need to choose a person you trust and who is capable of making these often-difficult decisions on your behalf.

Contact Our Law Firm For POA Assistance

Our law firm can guide you through the process, providing compassionate and trustworthy advice along the way. To discuss your specific issue, call us at 412-843-0957 or toll-free at 877-855-1067. You can also contact us online.