Protect Your Interests in the Event of a Disaster

Choose a trusted individual as your power of attorney

What happens to you, your family and your assets if you're ever medically incapacitated? By setting up a power of attorney, you won't have to guess. Castricone & Heavner Law. can walk you through the benefits of choosing a power of attorney and help you create a plan that works for you. You'll rest easy knowing your family and estate will be taken care of in any situation.

Learn more about powers of attorney by contacting attorney Castricone today.

4 types of powers of attorney

There are multiple ways you can set up powers of attorney. Consider various options like...

Special or limited power of attorney - this person can make medical decisions or control your finances when you're unable to do so.
General power of attorney - you can give this person sole decision-making power to handle your needs for you.
Durable power of attorney - you can pass this responsibility onto someone if you're facing illness, and their authority will stand if you become medically incapacitated.
Springing power of attorney - this individual will only have power extended to them in the event that you are incapacitated.

Meet with attorney Castricone today to discuss your options. We have 24/7 availability and more than 30 years of experience.