Powers of Attorney and Living Wills

An important aspect of ensuring your Delaware family's financial future is to make sure that people you trust are in charge of your health decisions.

To this end, the drafting of a valid power of attorney and living will can be critical if you are suddenly incapacitated and unable to make these decisions on your own.

Living wills are documents that establish the types of medical treatments you would approve or disapprove of. These specifications can include directions for what type of life-prolonging methods should be used, in addition to preferences regarding organ and tissue donations.

A power of attorney authorizes an agent to make medical or financial decisions for you, if you become incapacitated and are unable to make those decisions independently.

In Dover, Kent County and throughout Delaware, we are the estate planning law firm that can guide you to the right choices for powers of attorney and living wills. We are Street & Ellis, P.A. — where our more than 40 years of experience with these issues, in our clients' lives and in our own, can work to your advantage.

Enriching Your Life Today, Guiding Your Loved Ones' Tomorrows

Trusting someone to make future decisions for you is no easy matter. Careful, detailed estate planning with powers of attorney and living wills can state your desires and guarantee that future interests are protected. Contact one of our lawyers today to arrange an initial consultation. Call locally at 302-724-4960 or toll free — 888-353-2314. We welcome your email message.