Look To A Knowledgeable Attorney For Guidance
If your estate planning legal goal is to create an advance medical directive for yourself or a loved one, appointment of health care agent or authority to dispose of remains, the skilled legal assistance you need is only a phone call away.
The lawyer who can craft your living will and your family’s powers of attorney in Montgomery and Howard counties is living wills lawyer Suzanne B. Simpson, founder of our Simpson Law, PA, law firm, serving clients in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., since 1991.
If you are a Maryland resident and do not want to be kept alive on life support after a doctor determines that death is imminent, you must have a living will. When you create a living will with Simpson Law, PA, your wishes will be honored and your life will not be prolonged unnecessarily. A living will protects you and your choices, as well as your family at a very difficult emotional time.
There are different types of powers of attorney that could apply to different situations. When you appoint someone you trust as your power of attorney, you are protecting yourself and those closest to you. It is extremely important that you discuss your wishes with Suzanne B. Simpson while you are capable of making important decisions.
Ellicott City advance medical directives attorney Suzanne B. Simpson helps you transition your property and assets to your loved ones and their favorite charities by using strategies that reduce or eliminate estate tax liability and costly, lengthy probate proceedings. When you work with Ms. Simpson to create your unique estate plan, one that may include a power of attorney, you give your loved ones comfort and closure without unnecessary financial burdens.
Prior to retaining Ms. Simpson as your lawyer, she will explain the estate planning process, a timetable for its completion and your participation in the plan. Our standard package of documents provided to you includes a will, power of attorney for health care, financial power of attorney, durable power of attorney and a living will, also known as a medical directive and appointment of health care agent.
Estate Planning Solutions From Suzanne B. Simpson Of Simpson Law, PA
Contact us. The Spencerville law office of Simpson Law, PA, offers an initial consultation with experienced Rockville living wills attorney at this number — 301-658-7951. We give prompt attention to your email message.