Financial and Health Care Powers of Attorney
We all need to plan for unforeseen issues. If you become incapacitated and no longer able to attend to your own financial or medical matters, it is important that you have made provisions for a financial power of attorney designating a representative – often a trusted family member or friend – to make key decisions on your behalf. The scope of their authority can be as broad or narrow as you desire. An enforceable power of attorney often works to decrease conflict among family members during a crisis. I understand how important these designations are and will help you execute powers of attorney appropriate to your situation.
To schedule a consultation, contact the Law Office of Barbara E. Brunson at 803-799-4025 or contact me online to schedule a consultation at my Columbia office.