Choosing The Right Power Of Attorney For Your Estate Plan

Creating the right estate plan is important for the future of your loved ones. As parents begin to age, ensuring that their estate planning needs are properly addressed is an important part of the process of elder care and planning.

A power of attorney is just one part of a comprehensive estate plan — and the type of power of attorney is essential to provide for continued authorizations to take action when an elder no longer has the capacity to make these decisions. The team at Olga Berdé Mahl & Associates can help to assure that the power of attorney rights continue and begin the legal process.

Our law firm works specifically with individuals who face issues concerning elder care/long-term planning. We work with individuals who need to plan ahead for the future of an aging parent or loved one, and need guidance throughout the process. At our firm, you have both a lawyer and a strong advocate on your side who is willing to stand up on your behalf.

A Full-Service Law Firm For Elder Care/Estate Planning Needs

Attorney Olga Berdé Mahl has years of experience working with New Yorkers who need assistance with the process of selecting caregivers for parents, dealing with Medicare/Medicaid issues and estate planning preservation. She will help explain what steps need to be taken to prevent potentially costly disputes and help answer questions about selecting caregivers and how you can keep your parents at home.

Powers Of Attorney: Decision-Makers For Your Loved Ones

There are different types of powers of attorney in New York, and it is important you select the right one that meets your needs. For example, this could be a general or durable power of attorney or financial power of attorney. The benefit of working with Olga Berdé Mahl & Associates is that we have extensive experience working with clients in preparing comprehensive estate plans that are detailed and meet their unique needs. Attorney Olga Berdé Mahl is also adept at resolving issues concerning contested wills, contested trusts and contested estates

Schedule A Meeting With Our Skilled Lawyer

Schedule your first meeting with attorney Olga Berdé Mahl by calling 914-336-2080 or by completing a short online contact form. Located in Westchester County, we handle cases throughout the surrounding areas, including New York City.