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Incapacity Planning Is Best Done Sooner Rather Than Later

While it can be difficult to think about, making plans for emergency scenarios is the best way to protect yourself. You can rest assured that your wishes will be met, plus, it puts less stress on your loved one’s shoulders. At Perry Law Firm, LLC, we have helped clients with incapacity planning for 15 years. We understand how emotionally driven these decisions are and are here to help you think clearly and logically. In answering your questions and addressing your concerns, it can help put your mind at ease.

Understanding The Different Roles Each Person Can Play

Our founding attorney, Jane Harris-Perry, became an attorney after helping her parents with their estate plan. Since then, our firm has helped countless clients navigate this complex area of the law. Remember that your will is unique to you. This means that the people you associate with elder care should also be personal. A power of attorney will speak on your behalf when it comes to your private affairs. Similarly, a health care directive explicitly states your wishes when it comes to medical care, should you become incapacitated.

A conservatorship is best for someone who wants a person they trust to manage their financial affairs due to old age, physical and mental limitations. A guardianship can be established so that an appointed loved one can make sure you get the care you need as you age. Having someone you trust is crucial in these moments. We are here to discuss your options, foster those sometimes difficult and awkward conversations and take the stress off of your shoulders. We also help you update your preferences should you change your mind. Significant life changes such as a dissolution of marriage may encourage you to do so.

Act Today; Call Our Office

You never know what can happen. Because of this, it is best to make a plan should you ever find yourself in the worst case scenario. To learn more about the choices in front of you, call our office in Gulfport at 228-280-3413 today. You can also email us and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible.