Have you considered what Connecticut power of attorney lawyers can do for you? Now may be the time to call The Prue Law Group, P.C., a leading eastern CT law firm for matters concerning estate planning. A power of attorney is part of that plan. We believe it is important to understand what a power of attorney is and how it benefits you and/ or your business. The fact is that illness, injury, old age, and situations unexpectedly change our lives. A power of attorney is a legal document that lets you name someone you trust to act on your behalf when you are unable. We believe it is important to get your affairs in order, no matter what age you may be.
Becoming mentally incapacitated would render you unable to make important choices for yourself. With Covid-19 up front and center in our lives, many of us have changed our daily routines. With travel and social restrictions, going to the bank or conducting business has also changed. Some people wish to avoid social interactions completely. Many people, particularly the elderly, are thinking seriously about their personal medical directives. An injury, accident, or stroke could render you unable to pay your bills or go to your bank. At Prue Law Group, we believe it is important to prepare for sudden illness or similar scenarios. It is important to start discussing your personal plans with your spouse, a friend, or a family member.
Your Power of Attorney Will Speak for You and the Person You Designate Will Act for You.
Consult the attorneys at The Prue Law Group with questions or concerns regarding power of attorney. Our attorneys and paralegals answer questions about the powers being granted and provide counsel on your candidate agent. We make sure your document meets all legal requirements. Choosing an agent who will make decisions and carry our transactions when you are unable to do so can be a difficult decision. Why burden your loved ones with the most important decisions of your life? Make an appointment for a power of attorney consultation. Our staff of attorneys and paralegals work closely with our clients.
Don’t Delay – Call The Prue Law Group Today!
Why burden your loved ones with the most important decisions of your life? Make an appointment for a power of attorney consultation. Our staff of attorneys and paralegals work closely with our clients. Spare your loved ones from making these difficult decisions! Talk to The Prue Law Group about assigning Power of Attorney to a trusted agent today. When Legal Matters, call the Prue Law Group at 860-423-9231.