General and lasting powers of attorney
General and lasting powers of attorney are the perfect tool for preventing the necessity of legal supervision after an accident, during a longer-lasting illness or in old age.
There should always be a living will in place when granting lasting power of attorney. This expedient decree is an excellent way for a person with power of attorney to communicate an incapacitated person's treatment directive to the appropriate medical personnel when the person is unable to do this him/herself. Our notaries will draft the corresponding documents pursuant to the client' personal wishes.