Whether you are going through a season of prosperity or financial struggle, health or illness, or peace or strife in your business and family affairs, you always want to be prepared for the potential that there may come a time when you need a close family member or friend to help make important decisions on your behalf. If you became physically or mentally incapacitated in some manner that makes it difficult or even impossible for you to make decisions regarding your finances, health, or legal matters, it is important that there is trusted individual of your choosing who can step in to make these decisions for you. By creating a legally binding power of attorney, you can do just that, and the estate planning attorneys at Kurylo Gold & Josey, PLC have the experience to analyze your situation, walk you through all the aspects of a power of attorney that you need to know, and create a power of attorney that reflects your needs.
Our attorneys will help you create a power of attorney that addresses the specific circumstances and needs that might arise in your life, both expected and unexpected. We will work alongside you and the individual named in your power of attorney – who might be a trusted son, daughter, sibling, parent, friend, business partner, or other associate – to make sure that decisions regarding your future will be made pursuant to your current wishes with the understanding that the individual you name may be called upon to make difficult but important decisions regarding your future.
By creating a power of attorney, you can take steps now to facilitate future actions on your behalf related to:
At Kurylo Gold & Josey, PLC in Fredericksburg, our attorneys are here to work with you to develop estate planning solutions that provide a more stable tomorrow for you and your family. To schedule a consultation with one of our Virginia estate planning attorneys regarding a power of attorney, contact Kurylo Gold & Josey, PLC at 540.642.1766.
Matt Kurylo began his legal career as a legal services specialist in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1998, then as an attorney in Fredericksburg in 2007. He is the founding partner of Kurylo Gold & Josey. In addition to providing assistance to clients, Matt serves as the firm’s managing partner.
Emily Gold focuses on matters of criminal and traffic defense, as well as family law, including divorce and child issues such as custody and visitation. She grew up in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and attended the University of Virginia and George Mason University School of Law.
Sara is a native of Kentucky but grew up primarily in Raleigh, North Carolina. After graduating in three years summa cum laude, Sara attended Campbell Law School, in North Carolina. Sara practices primarily family law and estate planning matters.