Practice Area

Powers of Attorney Disputes

Resolving Disputes with Care

A power of attorney legally gives one person, or principal, the power to act for another person. Typically powers of attorney handle financial and business affairs or medical and health care matters. It is not uncommon for someone to name more than one person as power of attorney and this can lead to disputes over a decision. Our experienced attorneys will work with involved parties through the negotiation process and through the Probate Court to determine the principal’s wishes. It is our desire to settle disputes as favorably as possible and protect the principal’s best interests.

Attorneys Who Can Help

Julie Moore

Brian Duffy

J. Rutledge Young, III

J. Rutledge Young, III

Wilson Daniel

Wilson Daniel