Your Power of Attorney is a legal document that permits an appointed individual to make financial or personal care decisions on your behalf, usually in the event of your mental incapacity.

It is important that you appoint a trusted individual as your Power of Attorney. While your Power of Attorney is required to make decisions only in accordance with your best interests, in practice they may have the freedom to do so without oversight or question.

Mr. Burger would be pleased to consult with you regarding the preparation of your Powers of Attorney for Property and Personal Care.