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Living Will And Durable Power of Attorney

Along with your Last Will and Testament, two other important documents a person should consider having are a durable power of attorney and a living will.

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A durable power of attorney lets you designate an agent of your choice, your spouse, sibling, close friend, parent or child, to have the authority to handle a multitude of personal matters on your behalf if you are unable to do so due to reasons ranging from health issues to being out of the country on business or a vacation. Your designated agent can act on your behalf on issues such as finances or health when you are not in a position to make those decisions or take those actions.

A living will addresses end-of-life care that you want to have administered to you. This document lets you determine what medical procedures you want – or not want – in the event you reach a terminal stage in your life. You will also designate an agent to make sure that your intentions are followed if the time arrives when you can no longer express your wishes.

If you are interested in having my firm draft a will, durable power of attorney and living will at the same time, a discount is offered from the base rate of each document. An additional discount is offered when you and your spouse each have these three documents drafted at the same time.

I am also a notary public, so the complete process, including notarization of the final documents, can be handled through our office.

I can help you through this critical time in your life. Call Ronald F. Lawry, Esquire today at 412-445-2272.

“I understand each person has their own schedule, and I’m available by telephone, email or in person meetings at times that are convenient for you.”

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