Durable and Healthcare Powers of Attorney

Durable Power of Attorney | Financial Power of Attorney


The attorneys of  Davis Frawley, LLC in  Lexington, South Carolina, provide assistance in preparing and executing durable powers of attorney, sometimes known as financial powers of attorney.   We also provide assistance to the
named agent(s), who is serving under a durable power of attorney.


The durable power of attorney is a document in which you may name agents, in the order of your preference, who may make decisions and transact business with respect to your assets and finances if you become unable to manage your financial affairs.  If you have not executed a durable or financial power of attorney and you become incapacitated, your family may have to petition the Probate Court for appointment of a Conservator in some circumstances.  For this
reason, we recommend that all adult persons consider signing a durable power of attorney, regardless of age or the amount of assets or income involved.


Related areas: Advanced Directives, Living Will (Declaration of Desire for Natural Death), Health Care Power of Attorney, Guardianship and Conservatorship, Estate Planning / Disability Planning / Wills / Trusts, Elder Law / Special Needs Planning

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