You want a power of attorney in South Carolina because it offers you peace of mind if the worst happens. An unexpected medical emergency could render you unable to make informed decisions at any time. So, assigning power of attorney empowers a trusted agent to make decisions on your finances, health care, and care for your children if you cannot. As a result, you can rest assured. You will have a plan is in place for your estate if you are incapacitated. Let Buxton & Collie, LLC, help you with this important decision and other parts of estate planning. Our attorneys will ensure you have a legally sound plan in place if the unexpected happens.
Buxton & Collie, LLC, proudly advises individual and business clients with counsel on local, national, and international legal matters. We deliver advisement on a broad scope of legal counsel in areas such as mergers, tax planning, or power of attorney in South Carolina. In fact, our attorneys have taken an active role in our community since our firm was founded in Mt. Pleasant SC in 2010. We do our part for our community with events such as blood drives or hosting luggage collections for foster care. For that reason, our valued clients know our firm keeps their best interest at heart with counsel on matters such as real estate or business law.
Our firm can help you choose a health care power of attorney in South Carolina. A health care power of attorney enables you to pick someone you trust to make decisions on medical issues. Therefore, you have someone you trust to make decisions for you should you become incapacitated. Also, the agent can advocate for you on all types of medical issues, not just life-or-death decisions. For example, the agent can advise whether to proceed with surgery or a medicinal plan first should an automobile accident render you incapacitated. Because these decisions have important consequences, Buxton & Collie, LLC, wants to help you get your estate plan in place.
Buxton & Collie, LLC, also advises clients on selecting a financial power of attorney in South Carolina. In case you become unable to make informed decisions, you need to enable someone you trust to made decisions for you. In addition, this spares your family from the emotional and financial burden of having to petition the court to appoint a legal guardian or conservator. In order to avoid this lengthy, costly process, Buxton & Collie, LLC, can help you assign a power of attorney today.
Rest easy that you have a plan in place if the unexpected happens with a power of attorney in South Carolina. Buxton & Collie, LLC, advises on the power of attorney and all estate planning matters. Give Buxton & Collie, LLC, a call right now for legal counsel at 843-606-2397. In addition, you can ask us a quick question with our contact form by clicking here. Since you may want to talk face-to-face, you can come by our office at 940 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Ste 100, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464.