Helping You Draft Powers Of Attorney Or Living Wills
Estate planning can not only preserve your assets and protect your loved ones after you pass away, but can also ensure that your wishes are observed while you are still living.
The attorneys at the Niwot law firm of Warren, Carlson & Moore, LLP, are prepared to offer knowledgeable guidance on living wills and legal advice on powers of attorney in Boulder County. We work with each of our clients on a personal level, creating plans that will suit their unique needs and concerns.
Experienced Living Wills Lawyer Serving Longmont
A good estate plan includes preparation of financial powers of attorney, also known as durable powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney and living wills, also called advance health care directives. In light of today’s Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy laws, hospitals, medical care providers, and long-term assisted living and nursing home facilities require these documents. Our estate planning attorneys will review your ownership of property for asset protection purposes and planning for lifetime gifts to family members and charitable organizations.
It is also important that you have medical powers of attorney that place decision-making authority in the hands of people you choose, particularly if you are single or part of an unmarried couple or same-sex couple. We can also assist you with pre-marital or post-marital agreements and guardianship and conservatorship appointment proceedings.