Protecting Your Interests With Power Of Attorney Plans
An important part of your estate planning process should include a way to protect your finances, if you become incapacitated. It is important to find a firm that can help you see the big picture and make arrangements that cover every asset. You deserve clear answers and options that will lead you to make important decisions wisely.
Larkin Ingrassia, LLP, with offices in Newburgh, Middleton, and Kingston, can help you protect your finances using a durable power of attorney, as part of our comprehensive estate planning legal services. We keep current on laws changes and make sure every document is in compliance to prevent a challenge that can cost money or cause delays and conflict.
A durable power of attorney is a document that appoints an individual as the authority to handle your affairs, if you become unable to do so. This may include:
- Access to funds to provide for minor children
- Managing your finances, including access to bank accounts to pay bills
- The ability to buy or sell stocks or other investments
- Helping operate a business you own
- Power to buy or sell real estate or other assets
- The discretion to make certain gifts
Our Firm Can Modify Your Documents Per Your Preferences
In many situations, a durable power of attorney can dramatically help protect your assets, if you become incapacitated for a short time or in the long term. This individual can also be your health care proxy to carry out a living will. Or you can keep health and financial decisions separate, depending on your wishes. Another benefit is that if you become unhappy with the person you appointed or feel someone else would have better judgment, we can easily facilitate this change.
Our lawyers are dedicated to creating effective and clear estate planning documents. We will take care of all the details while protecting your interests.
Our team of attorneys and staff are down-to-earth, yet professional. We will always be accessible and available to you, whether you are just starting the process or need to make changes as circumstances shift. We will always be prepared to fight aggressively on your behalf if someone attempts to challenge the authority that has been granted to you under a power of attorney.
Our Firm Is Here To Protect You
Contact Larkin Ingrassia, LLP today to schedule a consultation with an experienced New York attorney by calling us at 845-566-5345 or reach out online. Se habla Español.