Who Will Make Decisions For You?
A durable power of attorney allows another individual to make legal and financial decisions on behalf of someone else. This power is often necessary in cases where an individual has become incapacitated through illness or injury and cannot make their own legal and financial decisions. The Law Offices of Linda J. MacKay can answer all your questions related to the durable power of attorney in California.
From wherever you are in the Bay Area, the Law Offices of Linda J. MacKay can represent you. For more than 20 years, our firm in San Jose has been assisting clients with a durable power of attorney, advance medical directives and all other related issues.
Whether Agent Or Principal, We Know How To Help
In cases involving power of attorney in California, an agent makes certain financial and legal decisions for the principal. In most cases, the principal must name an agent before becoming incapacitated or mentally unfit. In other cases, the principal becomes unexpectedly incapacitated and loved ones must take action to ensure legal and financial decisions are made.
The Law Offices of Linda J. MacKay can help in nearly any circumstances, including those related to:
- Durable financial power of attorney
- Durable power of attorney for health care
- Financial institution power of attorney
- General financial power of attorney
- Limited (or special) power of attorney
- Military power of attorney
- Power of attorney for child care
- Establishing a guardianship
Further legal steps may be needed if the power of attorney has not been granted prior to the principal’s incapacitation. Whatever your circumstances, help is available. Having an attorney experienced in estate planning can lead to efficient and formidable resolutions, no matter how complex your situation may be.
Free Consultations About Powers Of Attorney
Your specific case involving durable power of attorney in California will have its own specific complexities. Contact the Law Offices of Linda J. MacKay for an experienced legal team’s assistance. Find the answers you need regarding durable power of attorney in California and receive the guidance you need to make the right decisions for you and your loved ones. Call 408-379-9600 or email our law firm.