Carry Out Important Medical Decisions and Wishes by Appointing a Power of Attorney.

The power of attorney is permission for someone else to act on your behalf in the event that you become incapacitated or disabled. Appointing the power of attorney is a very important part of estate planning because it ensures that your wishes and important medical decisions are carried out according to your specifications.

A valid power of attorney must be in writing and must follow a specific set of rules in order to be enforced. It is important to speak with an estate lawyer who is familiar with this process to ensure you are taken care of in the event of an unexpected tragedy.

 You may not be able to predict the future, but you can have a plan of action ready in case of emergencies. Contact Attorney Adam Anderson today to learn more about appointing the power of attorney.

Eric Davis, Esq.

Elliott & Davis, PC

412.434.4911 x 11

eric@elliott-davis.com

425 First Avenue, First Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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