Disability Planning

disabilityThere is no more difficult a situation, than that which involves the sudden, or even gradual, disability of a loved one.  It is best to plan for that disability before it renders a person unable to participate in decisions regarding their financial affairs and healthcare. The truth is that every adult should have an incapacity plan in place with a minimum of a durable power of attorney for financial affairs and a health care advocate power of attorney for healthcare decisions.

If a plan is not in place and a person becomes incapacitated they are left with pursuit of a guardianship and conservatorship in the probate court.  This is an expensive proposition with ongoing public court supervision. Our planning services allow you to avoid this situation, save money and maintain family privacy.

For more information on guardianships and conservatorships please visit our probate page.