Elder Law: Power of Attorney for Elderly Parents
When someone has accrued a lifetime’s worth of resources and wealth, it’s only natural to ensure that it is preserved and protected. Unfortunately, there are times when illness or the challenges of advanced age can interfere with a person’s ability to manage their own finances or estate. In such cases, they may choose one of their children or other trusted authority to hold power of attorney over their belongings and act in their interests. If you’re seeking power of attorney for your elderly parents in Baton Rouge, our experienced attorneys at The Law Offices of Ossie Brown are here to help.
Learn all about the laws governing power of attorney in Louisiana, and find out why you should consider the elder law experts at The Law Offices of Ossie Brown for your legal needs.