Protect Your Wishes With A Will And Power Of Attorney

Have you thought about who will make critical decisions about your health and finances in the event you are no longer able to make those decisions for yourself?

Have you thought about how your wealth and assets will be divided in the event of your death?

By establishing a will and powers of attorney, you can alleviate any concerns you may have about these eventualities, ensuring that your wishes will be honored and your loved ones taken care of in the face of an uncertain future.

TS Branch Law Firm PLLC in Conway, Arkansas, can help you establish estate planning documents that stand the test of time, including:

  • A will: By establishing a will, you can direct how your wealth and assets will be distributed upon death. If you have minor children, a will also allows you to appoint a trusted person to serve as a guardian. Many people put off establishing a will. Some don't think they need one at all. However, but creating a will, you can ensure that your wishes are carried through and your loved one spared vexing uncertainties that could lead to conflict.
  • Powers of attorney: A power of attorney is a legal document that gives one person the authority to make decisions on another person's behalf. The power of attorney does not take effect until the principal (the person granting the power) becomes incapacitated. The scope of decision-making authority of a financial power of attorney includes matters such as paying bills, managing bank accounts and investing money. A health care power of attorney involves decisions regarding medical treatment, especially end-of-life and palliative care.

With more than 15 years of legal experience, attorney Tabatha S. Branch knows how to establish legal documents that stand up to scrutiny. She advises clients from the entire North Little Rock, Arkansas, area, including Little Rock, Morrilton and surrounding communities.

Tabatha will work with you personally to gain and understand your needs, goals and overall financial picture, so she can establish an estate plan that truly reflects your values and objectives.

Talk To A Lawyer About Wills And Powers Of Attorney

To discuss your future financial and health care decisions with a knowledgeable estate planning lawyer, contact the firm online, or by telephone at 501-753-4167 or 501-329-5555.