Read About How Financial Powers of Attorney Can Help You
Giving another person the right to make financial decisions for you in the event that you cannot make them yourself can be an option when it comes to end-of-life care. Ask us at Estate Planning Niedner Law about your options.
Powers of attorney allow someone that you appoint to sign contracts, manage money, and complete other basic legal tasks for you should your mind become afflicted by mental illness or old age. A relative or stranger can be given this privilege, but a stranger will likely request to be paid or compensated in some way.
For reliable end-of-life legal preparations, you know you can count on Estate Planning Niedner Law to assist you.
Visit the oldest law firm in Saint Charles County, established in 1937, for all of your estate planning needs. Our attorneys have over 25 years of experience in the field. We are a locally owned business.
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