Acting as Power of Attorney or Trustee

You want to take care of your loved one and you want to follow their wishes, and you want to do it right.  Every power of attorney has questions about what to do and how to do it.  Let us guide you through the steps that you need to take.  That includes guidance on correctly filing out forms, making sure you’re following the fiduciary laws, and talking through the choices that need to be made.  Let us give you the legal guidance so that you can care for your family with confidence. Call us to set up a telephone consultation and learn how we can help you.

“As a client, I’ve had a very positive experience from the beginning. She carefully listened to my situation with empathy and kindness. When it came to take steps, she approached my case with knowledge and confidence – she provided all the legal (and emotional!) support I needed at that time. She responded to all my inquiries in a timely manner and with the highest level of professionalism, and she gave me a clear guidance in the world legal terms and procedures. I have felt throughout my case that I am not alone in this, and I can always count on them for explaining the next steps, giving me advice, showing me different options and guiding me through the whole process. When I initially looked for a lawyer, I wanted to find a strong female who can identify with me as a woman, and whom I can trust to provide quality service. Her professional attitude and kind, friendly nature definitely made me feel that she is not only meeting, but exceeding my expectations. I definitely recommend them and would not hesitate to hire her again.”

–Caregiver in Jefferson County