Estate Planning Attorneys in Cedar Park

Cedar Park Power Of Attorney Documents

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Appointing A Trusted Person To Make Decisions In Your Name

Power of attorney documents are a critical part of any estate plan. That is why the Jackson Law Firm includes them in every general estate planning package, along with a will and a health care directive. Our Cedar Park lawyers draft both kinds:

  • Statutory durable powers of attorney, which appoint someone to access your bank accounts, pay bills in your name and deal with other financial matters in the event that you are incapacitated
  • Medical powers of attorney, which appoint someone to make health care decisions for you if you are in a coma, affected by dementia or otherwise incapacitated

Without a power of attorney, your friends or family must seek a guardianship in order to make decisions and handle vital matters on your behalf.

Round Rock Attorneys For Living Wills And Irrevocable Trusts

We counsel many individuals who fear that they will get taxed heavily if they don’t have a living will. In most cases, this is not true. The exemption amount is $5.25 million, which means that most people only need a simple will, not a living will. However, we will gladly discuss your particular situation with you and advise you accordingly.

We also assist clients who are worried about creditors taking all their hard-earned money. In such situations, we can often create an irrevocable trust to protect assets from creditors.

Schedule A Consultation

To discover how the lawyers at the Jackson Law Firm can address your unique concerns, call our Williamson County office at (512) 528-1900, or send us an email to schedule a consultation. Messages are promptly returned and credit cards are accepted. We also offer evening and weekend appointments by special request.