St. Louis Powers of Attorney

When you or a loved one has an illness that may lead to incapacitation or you are simply growing older, you want a lawyer who will take the time to explain the intricacies of the law so that you are able to make an informed decision that meets your and your family's needs.

I work hard to help people in the southwest St. Louis metro area create powers of attorney and other legal instruments now to avoid problems later. Contact me at the Probate Law Center, PC, to schedule a free initial consultation.

Fenton Estate Planning Lawyer

A power of attorney grants a trusted individual the right to make important decisions on your behalf, according to your wishes. If you are getting older or know that you have a disease that will cause you to become incapacitated to the extent you can no longer make such decisions on your own, a power of attorney gives you some degree of control and helps to protect your future well-being.

A durable power of attorney grants the power to make financial decisions, maximizing asset preservation and ensuring that your assets will be managed according to your wishes.

A medical power of attorney, usually used in conjunction with an advanced health care directive that explains your wishes regarding your medical treatment and/or end-of-life care, grants the power to make health care decisions on your behalf if you become unable to do so.

I will assist you in legally designating power of attorney and creating an advanced health care directive that clearly outlines your wishes for the future as part of a comprehensive estate plan.

Missouri Probate Attorney

Do you have questions about how assigning power of attorney can benefit you and your family? Contact me , an estate planning attorney serving Fenton and the rest of the southern St. Louis Metro area. My offices are open from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and evening, weekend, and in-home appointments are available upon request. I accept Visa and MasterCard.

At the Probate Law Center, PC, I represent individuals throughout the southern St. Louis metro area, including Clayton, Affton, Arnold, Sunset Hills, High Ridge, Eureka, Fenton, Ballwin, Shrewsbury, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Washington, Augusta, Cedar Hill, Dittmer, Pacific, Creve Couer, Union, Chesterfield, Wild Wood, Manchester, Town and Country, Webster Groves, and Kirkwood; and in St. Louis County, Jefferson County and Franklin County.