Legacy Planning Law Group knows that the best way to help our clients is to understand their long-term care planning needs and help them build that plan. If you’re interested in learning more about incapacity planning, please book your free 15-minute phone call with us today!
Incapacity can result from either physical or cognitive disabilities that are severe enough to seriously impact your ability to make your own decisions or fulfill your basic day-to-day needs. Incapacity planning helps to ensure responsible decisions are made on your behalf, by the person who you identify ahead of time. This is typically done using a valid power of attorney and a medical directive, though each person’s situation will be unique and may require additional legal tools.
When incapacitated, the person or people you designate will be able to make all legal and medical decisions on your behalf. This can include caring for you by using your money to pay bills, buying groceries and handling other financial matters such as selling real estate or even gifting assets to children. Of course, they will also need to make critical medical decisions such as what type of palliative care you would want.
There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ answer to incapacity planning, which is why it is so important to work with an experienced elder law attorney in Florida.
We offer a 15-minute complimentary call with one of our team members to get to know you and your situation.
During the call, we will find out what your planning needs are so we can see if we can help you. We will also figure out if we would be a good fit for each other.
At the end of the call, we will set up a time to meet with the team and create a plan that will protect your family and preserve your legacy.