Put A Trusted Person In Charge Of Your Finances

No one wants to think about the end of their lives. No one wants to consider a time when they are physically or mentally impaired. But taking proactive steps not only protects your family over the long term, it also gives them immediate peace of mind. In order to grant your loved ones peace of mind, consider talking to an attorney about your estate plan.

Peace Of Mind For You And Your Family Members

While a last will and testament provides you a voice when you can no longer speak for yourself, other documents such as durable powers of attorney designate a trusted friend or family member to act in financial matters on your behalf. When you are no longer able to manage your finances and possessions, you need someone to speak on your behalf.

Clients come to the law firm of Michelle A. Barry, P.A., with many questions about their estates and the steps they can take to protect them in the event of sudden illness or incapacitation. They not only inquire about specific aspects of an estate plan, but also whether a plan is needed.

Our job is to spend time with each client individually, assess their specific situation and move forward with a customized strategy to meet their needs, and that often includes a durable power of attorney.

Contact Our Firm For Further Assistance

If you'd like to rest easily knowing your finances will be handled properly if the worst should happen to you, then talk to attorney Michelle A. Barry. She has extensive experience handling all estate planning documents, including powers of attorney, and is able to create a plan to fit your needs.

For more information or to schedule an initial consultation, please fill out our online intake form or call 407-622-4529 (toll free 888-351-8303). We are available during regular business hours and by appointment. We accept all major credit cards for your convenience.