Powers Of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document that allows another person to make decisions and manage your property and finances for you if you become incapacitated or disabled. There are several types of powers of attorney, and each has its own advantages.

At de Beer & Associates, we help individuals and families throughout Minnesota develop medical and financial powers of attorney to protect their personal and financial interests.

Powers Of Attorney In Divorce

If you are going through or have gone through a divorce, your wishes about who has control of your care and assets may have changed. A divorce can invalidate your existing estate planning documents, so it is essential to ensure your interests are protected.

A divorce can provide a good opportunity to revisit your estate plan to ensure that it is up to date. Furthermore, your children, parents or other family members may also want to revisit their own estate planning decisions in light of your divorce.

Our attorneys have decades of family law and estate planning experience. We are therefore in a strong position to advise on powers of attorney as part of comprehensive estate plan post-divorce.

Contact De Beer & Associates, P.A.

Thorough, compassionate counsel in matters of estate planning

To learn more about the uses and benefits of powers of attorney as part of a comprehensive estate plan, we encourage you to contact us for an initial consultation at no cost. Our St. Paul lawyers handle powers of attorney and a full range of other estate planning documents to develop a strategy designed to meet your goals and help you succeed.

To arrange a free initial consultation and case evaluation with one of our lawyers, please contact us online, or call us at (651) 714-2378 or (651) 714-2378 toll free.