THE LAW FIRM OF BARRY S. RABIN                          (610) 873-1600
Power of Attorney

Without a valid, professionally-drafted Power of Attorney, it may become impossible to manage the financial, business and/or personal affairs of a person who becomes unable to make decisions or express his or her wishes, whether due to serious illness, unconsciousness or loss of mental faculties due to Alzheimer's or other types of senile dementia.
If an individual hasn't signed a properly-drafted Power of Attorney while he or she was still mentally competent and able to do so, the spouse or other family members may find themselves unable to manage that person's finances, pay their bills, make important medical and life care decisions, get access to medical information, sell real estate, or otherwise act on that person's behalf without having to resort to costly and time-consuming court proceedings.

One of the most important things we do is to draft documents that allow our clients to choose a representative to take care of their financial, personal and/or medical affairs and decisions if they should become mentally or physically unable to do so themselves.

These may include:

  • Durable General Power of Attorney
  • Limited Power of Attorney (for limited purpose or limited time period)
  • Durable Health Care Power of Attorney*

(*Click on the button to the right under "Health Care Directives" to learn more about Durable Health Care Power of Attorney)

Call us today at (610) 873-1600

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