Wills and Powers of Attorney
Representing all of Northampton and Lehigh Counties

 

 

 
 
 

Wills

Having a will in place is an important part of planning for the future and your loved ones. A will is a legal document that outlines your directives related to your estate and the care and welfare of your minor children after your death. Simply stated, a will enables you to make plans ahead of time to care for your family and loved ones after you are gone and provide a concrete document for your executor to follow out your plan.
 
 
 
 
 

Powers of Attorney

There may come a time when you, physically or mentally, are unable to care for yourself and/or handle your affairs. A Power of Attorney is the legal document you need to have in place prior to the time when you cannot act for yourself. Lori Gardiner Kreglow, Esquire is here to assist you with the legal advice you need as well as the preparation of your Power of Attorney. This legal document authorizes one person or persons to make financial and legal decisions on your behalf, such as pay your bills, or run your business while you are unable to do so.

This is a crucial legal document that needs to be done prior to being unable to do so. Regardless of your age, it is a good idea to have such a document, as having one can avoid significant legal difficulties and expenses should the unforeseen arise. Scheduling an appointment with Lori Gardiner Kreglow, Esquire now, may help avoid a future of far more complex guardianship proceedings and potentially having someone who does not know you handle your affairs.
 
 

Living Wills & Advanced Health Care Directives

Living Wills and Advanced Health Care Directives (AHCD) give you the proactive opportunity to designate what kinds of care you do or do not want in the event that you are incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. This document gives the structure and directives to your loved ones and physician to do what you want when you are unable to communicate for yourself.

Living Wills and Advanced Health Care Directives are usually requested by hospital personnel when you go for medical testing and/or are admitted to the hospital. Contact Lori Gardiner Kreglow, Esquire to schedule an appointment so that you can ensure this document is ready in the event you need it later.