Why Are We Giving Away Free Powers of Attorney & Other Disability Planning Documents to Qualified Individuals?

Selis Elder Law of Florida believes that everyone should have documents that help things go smoothly when they cannot handle their financial affairs or make health care decisions.  And during the Covid-19 (aka Coronavirus) crisis, it’s critically important that the most vulnerable have the documents that will identify which loved ones can make financial and health care decisions for them. 

If you get sick and can’t manage your personal affairs, who would handle those things for you?  Would a trusted loved one be able to access your accounts to pay bills or transfer money between accounts?  Who would make health care decisions for you?  And, what if more than one person wants to handle your financial affairs and make health care decisions for you?  For example, if you’re remarried, would you want your spouse, one of your children, or someone else to handle your financial affairs and/or make health care decisions for you?

Go to the Questionnaire Below to Determine if You are Eligible

Don’t Most People Already Have Powers of Attorney & Other Disability Planning Documents? 

According to the a 2019 MarketWatch.com survey, less than 20% of Americans have these types of documents.  But why?  There are as many reasons as there are people. 

Some haven’t thought about this.  Others are overwhelmed by making decisions about who will take charge of their affairs when incapacitated.  Many incorrectly assume that their loved one (i.e., spouse, child, sibling, etc.) can make these decisions for them without these documents.  Finally, a lot of people don’t want to meet with a lawyer because they think it will be tedious, confusing, expensive, and/or too time consuming. 

Go to the Questionnaire Below to Determine if You are Eligible 

The Solution

Selis Elder Law of Florida has created an affordable online resource for people to create their own legal documents if the don’t qualify for the FREE Powers of Attorney & Other Disability Planning Documents.  For now, we are offering only the documents described below for FREE to qualified individuals.  And unlike many legal document preparation websites, we will review your document before releasing it to you.  That review helps you avoid making a critical mistake.  

Here is a List of the Documents offered and What They Each Do for You

  • A Florida Durable Power of Attorney, which allows you to select one or more loved ones to manage your personal financial affairs and choose what types of things they can, and as importantly, cannot, do for you.
  • Advance Directives, which include,
    • A Living Will to provide guidance to your loved ones about end-of-life decisions; and
    • A Designation of Health Care Surrogate to identify one or more loved ones to make health care decisions for you when you are unable to do so.
  • A HIPAA Release, which identifies people who your health care provides (i.e., hospitals, doctors, nurses, etc.) can, among other things, discuss your health care treatment 

Go to the Questionnaire Below to Determine if You are Eligible 

How it Works

Below is a very short questionnaire. After you answer the questions, we will send you an email telling you whether you are eligible for FREE Powers of Attorney & Other Disability Planning Documents. 

If you are eligible, the email will provide a 100% discount code and detailed instructions for you to follow.  If you are not eligible, the email will provide a 50% discount code and detailed instructions for you to follow.  Who is eligible?  Anyone that resides or works in Florida and those that are vulnerable to the disease or its complications. 

Go to the Questionnaire Below to Determine if You are Eligible. 

What If You Don’t Want to Use the Online Document Preparation Service?

We’d love to meet with you.  Of course, the documents we provide to clients that meet with are more robust and include extensive legal advice.  So, if you prefer the personal touch we provide to clients, then you will need to go through our usual client on-boarding process by calling 386-888-6060 or emailing Info@ElderLawFirmFLA.com. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you have.

Questionnaire for Selis
Are you a resident of Florida? *
Are you a healthcare worker? *
Are you a first responder (i.e., police officer, fireman/woman, paramedic, etc.)? *
Are you 60 years of age or older? *
Do you have any of the following health conditions – Diabetes, renal failure, liver disease, any form of respiratory disease, any form of immune disease, including immune deficiency, undergoing cancer treatment, pregnant, having or had a bone marrow or organ transplant? *