Powers Of Attorney

When some people first hear the term "power of attorney" the first thing that may come to mind is the anxiety over the idea that there may come a time that they are unable to make sound decisions. Perhaps a healthier way to look at it is taking the initiative to enlist the help of someone you trust to make those important decisions for you or to voice your wishes on your behalf in the event you are unable to do so yourself.

At the Law Office of Stephen J. Kecskes in Virginia Beach, Virginia, I have helped many clients draft advance medical directives and powers of attorney and have over 30 years of experience practicing law in this area. I know the law, and I will take the time to fully understand your goals and concerns so we can draft the documents you need to protect your interests.

Powers Of Attorney To Accommodate All Your Needs

Powers of attorney authorize your representative to act on your behalf according to the instructions you specify. There are powers of attorney that permit decisions about personal and business affairs and powers of attorney that can provide advanced medical directives.

It is important to plan for the future and having clear powers of attorney in place can help to minimize confusion and conflict down the road. No matter what your goals may be, I will help you to create sound, well-thought-out documents that specify which people have the authority to make which decisions should you become incapacitated.

Call Today For A Free Initial Consultation

Contact my law office to discuss your case with a lawyer. I have extensive experience working with civilian and military clients, and I can help you. I offer a free initial 30-minute consultation that I prefer to conduct at my Virginia Beach office. I am available during regular business hours by appointment.