Mobile Law Firm Handling a Wide Range of Cases
Everyone needs a will, especially if you have minor children. Without a will, everything you have is distributed according to the Alabama code under intestacy laws without you having a say as to how your estate is divided or how your children are provided for.
Power of Attorney
It is essential for couples or individuals to have a power of attorney in case of incompetency. No one wants to think about this, but if you have a stroke, are injured in a car wreck, etc., and become incompetent, it is VERY costly to have to open a conservatorship, which may be the only option for someone who is handling your financial affairs for you.
Don’t let someone else make your decisions for you. With a living will, you make all your own choices on whether or not to be kept alive by artificial means.
When someone you love passes away, whether they have a will or not, you need a law firm that will take great care to see the estate is handled in a timely and prompt manner and that costs are kept to a minimum. We basically hold your hand through the process, as it can get very confusing.
When someone you know becomes incompetent, if they do not have a power of attorney, a conservatorship would have to be opened to enable you to handle their financial affairs. The person requesting the conservatorship over a loved one or friend would have to be bondable. Conservatorships can be very complicated, so you need a firm that will be there to answer all your questions.
If an individual has become physically unable to care for themselves, a guardianship can be opened so that you can make medical and physical placement decisions for them.
We would need a copy of your current deed.
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