Killis T. Howard

Family Lawyer



Planning for the future is always important, especially when the person involved will not be available at the future evenT. HowardWe strongly recommend that clients have a will ( to establish a plan for their family and assets after death), a power of attorney ( to provide for the most inexpensive method of handling situations where the person is not able/available to handle matters on his or her own) and a medical directive, to assist family and health care providers in honoring the wishes of the person.

It really is the kindest thing to address these issues before the need arises, because then it is too late.