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Powers Of Attorney

Powers of Attorney

A Medical Power of Attorney and a Living Will prepared in advance of an incident will keep your loved ones from guessing what kind of care you would like.

If you have prepared a Medical Power of Attorney and a Living Will, you will know who is in charge and what to do because your loved one will have already told you in the legal papers expertly prepared by our office. I'm an experienced estate planning attorney and can prepare these documents for you.

Do You Need a HIPAA Release to Obtain Medical Records?

What if your loved one is unable to communicate? Our office prepares HIPAA releases. If your loved one has completed one at our office, you can get the records when you need them most. If not, you may not be able to get the records. Let us help you get prepared.

Our office utilizes the latest and most modern software, combined with the experience and expertise of our attorney, Douglas B. Price, who has 39 years of experience, to prepare your legal documents along with other important documents such as: Wills, Living Wills, Trusts, Deeds, HIPAA releases, and Medical, Mental Health and Financial Powers of Attorney.

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