Power Of Attorney And Health Care Proxy

Powers of attorney and health care proxies are powerful estate planning tools that allow individuals to plan ahead and take control of their future. By being proactive, you can ensure that your financial and health needs are met.

Located in Camillus, a suburb of Syracuse, McMahon Law Firm, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, helps clients throughout upstate New York protect their financial and health care interests.

Financial Powers Of Attorney

As individuals age, many are no longer able to manage their own personal affairs and finances. Through a power of attorney, individuals name a friend or family member to manage their personal affairs and finances in the event they are no longer able to do so. By selecting a trusted confidant to manage your affairs, you can rest assured your financial responsibilities will be handled.

When illness or injury leaves individuals incapacitated, their families often struggle to pay their loved one's bills if they do not have access to their funds. By naming someone to be your power of attorney, you help reduce the burden on family members and ensure your financial obligations are met.

Health Care Proxies

Many people have strong beliefs about life-sustaining medicine. If dementia, Alzheimer's or other incapacitation renders you incapable to speak for yourself, it is important to have a health care proxy that clearly names someone to make medical care decisions on your behalf. In other states, health care proxies may be known as "medical powers of attorney."

At the McMahon Law Firm, our lawyers understand that the issues of selecting someone to be your health care proxy is deeply personal and has emotional components. We strive to serve our clients with compassion and sensitivity throughout the process.

Plan For The Future, Contact The McMahon Law Firm

Many people worry what will happen to them when they are no longer able to care for themselves. At the McMahon Law Firm, our attorneys help clients take control of their future by creating health care proxies and powers of attorney. Call our law office at 315-849-9053 or 800-391-9987. We will listen to your wishes regarding your financial affairs and future health and help you select the best person in your life to carryout your wishes. Contact us today for a free consultation. A member of our staff speaks Spanish and Korean.