Health Care Directives and Power of Attorney Documents in New Jersey
Health Care Directives and Power of Attorney documents provide individuals to legally appoint another person to act on their behalf in certain situations. It is always recommended that the appointed person is someone you trust. Some categories a Power of Attorney or Health Care Directive can cover are real estate transactions, health care decisions when you become incapacitated or unable to make decisions, tax transactions, child care decisions, and many financial decisions and transactions.
Our experienced attorneys can guide you through the drafting of these documents to ensure your concerns are met and satisfied. As always, the initial consultation is free.