St. Paul Firm Drafting Powers Of Attorney

While protecting your property is an important part of estate planning, it is equally important to protect your health and financial interests.

At PFB Law, Professional Association, we use health care directives and powers of attorney to empower clients to stay in control of their health and safeguard their financial interests in the event of their future incapacitation.

Located in St. Paul, PFB Law, Professional Association, helps individuals throughout Minnesota protect their health care and financial interests.

Twin Cities Health Directive Lawyers

At PFB Law, Professional Association, we believe you should stay in control of your health care, even in the event of incapacitation. Our attorneys use health care directives to make sure our clients' voices are heard.

Health care directives allow individuals to name trusted friends or family members to make health-related decisions on their behalf. Through health care directives, individuals can also voice their fears, wishes and religious beliefs concerning end of life health care. Many individuals fear family members will keep them alive through extraordinary means, such as life support. By clearly dictating the types of medical treatments you do not want administered, you decide how you will be treated during your final days.

Protecting Your Financial Interests No Matter What The Future Holds

As you age, it may be increasingly difficult to manage your financial affairs. Naming a trusted friend or relative to act as a power of attorney provides financial security and peace of mind to individuals in the event of dementia, Alzheimer's or incapacitation.

Through a power of attorney, you can name a responsible agent to manage your finances when you are no longer able to do so. Instilling these powers in a trusted friend or relative ensures your bills are paid, investments managed, and can reduce the burden on family members who may struggle to keep up with your financial commitments without access to your funds.

Protect your health and financial interests. Contact our St. Paul firm at 651-968-1022 or toll free at 866-561-3419 to discuss creating a power of attorney and health care directive.