Omaha Powers of Attorney
Some estate plans utilize the instruments of powers of attorney in order to look after your financial or personal well-being. Bottlinger Law L.L.C. can help you decide who you should nominate for powers of attorney, and we can also help you draft the necessary paperwork. For more information, please call us at (402) 505-8234.
Estate Planning Services
There are two different powers of attorney that we can help you grant to someone you know. Those are:
This power of attorney gives someone permission to make financial property decisions for you either when you are incapacitated or, if you decide, when you are healthy. Giving someone this power of attorney will give you peace of mind knowing that someone you trust will be handling your financial estate properly if anything happens to you.
This power of attorney grants someone permission to make health care decisions when you are unable to make them yourself. It can only take place when you are in a critical state where you are unable to make decisions, such as a coma or on life-support.
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