Wills & Power of Attorney in Southern Indiana

Helping Clients Create Wills & Power of Attorney to Protect Their Legacies

While it may never feel like the “right time” to create an estate plan, it is essential to put the proper protections in place sooner rather than later. Our experienced estate planning attorneys will listen carefully to your goals and help you establish important documents, such as a will and a power of attorney, to ensure that the future of you and your family remains bright.

Living Wills

A living will is a document that expresses your preferences for medical care, should you become incapacitated or otherwise unable to communicate your wishes. While it may not be pleasant to think about scenarios in which you are battling for your life, a living will can ensure that your treatment preferences are known and respected. We will guide you through the process of creating a living will that is suited to address your specific needs.

Simple Wills

By creating a will, you are ensuring that your vision for the future is carried out, even after you are gone. When we meet with you, we’ll discuss your goals and create a customized will that addresses your specific needs. A simple will can include several key aspects, including instructions for how you’d like your assets to be distributed upon your death, the nomination of a personal guardian who can care for your minor children, your preference for who will serve as the executor of your estate, and more. Get in touch with us today to start protecting your legacy.

Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a document that is used to grant a trusted individual of your choosing to make certain decisions on your behalf. Depending on your needs, you can create a limited or general power of attorney, and it can take effect according to the guidelines you specify. We will meet with you to discuss your circumstances so that we can determine how a power of attorney could best serve your interests. 

Contact Us

It is never too soon to start planning for your family's future. Ooley law will work with you to create key estate planning documents, including a will and power of attorney, to protect your legacy. Schedule an initial consultation by calling our Borden office at (812) 567-3848 today.