CLINTON POWER OF ATTORNEY LAWYERS
Why Do I Need a Power of Attorney?
Many clients who come to Cantrell, Goodge & Associates, who are interested in our estate planning services, often ask why they need a power of attorney? The short answer is you should plan for the unforeseen. No one can predict the future, and while you may be perfectly capable of making decisions for yourself right now, you may not be able to tomorrow. Power of attorney documents also allows you to plan ahead in the event that by accident or advanced age you are no longer able to manage your health care or financial and legal matters. Having a binding legal document allows you to designate the person you wish to have the authority to make some or even all health care, or financial and legal decisions on your behalf. Your power of attorney can ensure that your wishes are carried.
Powers of Attorney in Tennessee
At Cantrell, Goodge & Associates, our Clinton estate planning attorneys can help you draft or update a power of attorney that is specifically catered to your needs. Whether you are looking for a durable or health care power of attorney, we can provide you with the quality estate planning services you are looking for. Your peace of mind is your main priority.
Do you feel as though you are prepared for the unexpected? Contact us today to arrange a free consultation with one of our Clinton power of attorney lawyers to discuss your estate planning options.
Health Care Power of Attorney & Durable Power of Attorney
In Tennessee everyone should have two of powers of attorney:
- Health Care Power of Attorney — This document allows you to designate the person who you wish to make health care decisions for you in the event you can no longer do so for yourself. It is important to know that this document is not just an end-of-life document. It is important to have this in place in case of an unforeseen accident or illness.
- Durable Power of Attorney — This document lets you designate the person who you wish to handle your legal and financial matters in the event you can no longer do so for yourself. Again, this document is not just an end-of-life document and is important to have in place in case of an unforeseen accident or illness.
Trusted Legal Counsel for Your Family's Peace of Mind
Experienced Clinton estate planning lawyer will sit down with you to discuss your desires, your concerns, and your options so that your power of attorney is specifically designed for your particular needs.
We extend a free initial consultation. Call (865) 999-0101, or contact us online. Our law firm serves clients in Clinton, Oak Ridge, Norris, and throughout East Tennessee.