Chicago Illinois Power of Attorney and Living Will Attorney
Experienced POA and Will Lawyer Serving DuPage County and Lake County
Both powers of attorney and living wills are valuable estate planning tools that can benefit individuals now and in the future. A power of attorney is awarded to one individual to act on behalf of another. A living will is a legal document laying out an individuals' medical and health preferences, to be used if that individual becomes unable to make those decisions on his or her own.
Contact Katz Law Office, Ltd., to find out more about powers of attorney or living wills. Call 1-800-ABOGADO for a consultation. Se habla español.
Power of Attorney
A power of attorney has the legal right to act on behalf of another person who may be unable to make sound decisions on his or her own. A power of attorney typically fulfills the following duties:
- Handling finances and bank accounts
- Writing checks, withdrawing money from bank accounts
- Handling insurance issues
- Filing tax returns
- Doing paperwork
We also help individuals and families set up guardianships. Call 1-800-ABOGADO for more information.
A living will documents the health and medical preferences of an individual, to be used if he or she becomes incapacitated and unable to make these decisions independently. A living will can address the concerns of individuals regarding:
- End-of-life procedures
- The use of life support
- What types of medical procedures can be used
Helping You Help Your Family
Many people worry about the financial and personal well-begin of family members who are unable to make solid decisions on their own; or may one day be unable to do so. At Katz Law Office, Ltd., we advise clients on the benefits of powers of attorney and living wills, and help them make proactive decisions to benefit them and their families.
For more information about any of our estate administration services, call 1-800-ABOGADO, or contact a lawyer online. Se habla español.
The Katz Law Office, Ltd. serves clients throughout Illinois, including Chicago, La Villita, Lawndale, Brighton Park, Midway, Cicero, Pilsen, Garfield Park, Berwyn, Cook County, Lake County, Kendall County, Kane County, Du Page County, Will County, Avondale and Logan Square.