A Thorough Estate Plan Should Include A Power Of Attorney
Along with wills and trusts, powers of attorney are one of the building blocks of any forward-looking estate plan.
If your current attempt to create your family’s estate plan is your first, you should contact a knowledgeable attorney to learn about powers of attorney, including their types of powers and their purposes.
Robert S. Thomas personifies more than a quarter-century of service to a diverse estate planning clientele in the greater Chicago metro area. His primary goal in working with you is to build a plan that directly addresses your financial and family situations. He drafts detailed documents to work in your loved ones’ favor and withstand any future legal challenges.
What Can A Power Of Attorney Do?
A power of attorney is a legal document wherein you empower another individual to make decisions on your behalf with regard to your health care, medical treatment and/or finances in the event you are unable to do so.
For most people, the many different categories of powers of attorney can be dizzying. Robert S. Thomas can examine your financial outlook and recent health assessments, and provide advice on whether a limited, durable, health care or property power of attorney, or some combination, is most appropriate.
We want to know what is important to you. Your personal priorities will be reflected in the estate plan we collaborate on with you.
Contact A Lawyer Who Cares About Your Future
Let’s start the conversation about a power of attorney that relates directly to your specific situation. Arrange an initial consultation with Robert S. Thomas in Arlington Heights by calling 847-392-5893 or send us an email.