Birmingham Powers of Attorney Lawyers
Appointing a power of attorney to handle your affairs may be a beneficial strategy for many reasons. Naming a person to handle your affairs in the event you become incapacitated can help your family and loved ones address your financial matters, while ensuring that you receive the level of healthcare you desire.
At the Amari Law Firm, we provide advice to Alabama residents interested in drafting a power of attorney. With more than 30 years of experience, our lawyers have the knowledge and skill to help you create the most effective and comprehensive instrument possible.
Detailed Advice on Various Types of Power of Attorney
The Amari Law Firm offers assistance to Birmingham area residents interested in appoint a number of types of powers of attorney, including:
- Durable power of attorney: In most cases, power of attorney becomes ineffective if you become incapacitated. In the case of a durable power of attorney, the agent maintains decision making powers even after incapacitation, allowing the agent to continue to make the decisions on issues you have empowered them to address.
- Healthcare power of attorney: Also known as a health care proxy, creating a health care power of attorney provides the authorized individual the power to make healthcare decisions on your behalf in the event that you become physically or mentally incapacitated. In many cases, a healthcare power of attorney is also a durable power of attorney, allowing the agent to continue making treatment decisions after your incapacitation.
- Financial power of attorney: Naming an agent to handle your finances may be necessary for many reasons, including mental illness, military deployment and more. In the case of financial power of attorney, the agent has the power to pay your obligations, sign financial documents on your behalf and conduct monetary transactions that benefit your estate.
Schedule a Free Consultation to Discuss Your Power of Attorney Concerns
Our attorneys are happy to provide free consultations to Alabama clients. During your consultation, you will have the opportunity to discuss your goals for creating a power of attorneys, ask questions about the process and learn more about how we can be of assistance.
Contact us online or call 205-655-8484 to schedule your free consultation with one of our Birmingham power of attorney lawyers today.