As estate planning attorneys, we recognize that no two situations are alike. We take the time to meet with our client and develop a plan to best fits their needs.
Estate planning is not just for those with numerous assets. Estate planning is necessary to ensure your wishes are carried out, your financial objectives are achieved, and create a plan for your family to easily follow.
It is best to have plan in place for your family. The process is much smoother if a will has been executed and details your wishes for your loved ones to follow.
A Will establishes how and to whom your assets will be distributed after your death. In your will, you will name an executor to carry out the duties as you have detailed.
A living will, which is also known as a Physician’s Directive, allows you to declare the type of medical care you choose to receive or decline if terminally ill or incapacitated and unable to communicate.
A Durable Power of Attorney names another individual to act as your agent to manage your personal and business affairs if you are incapacitated and unable to do so.
A medical power of attorney designates an agent to make medical treatment you receive should you be incapacitated and unable to do so.
This deed allows the owner of real property to transfer property to beneficiaries outside of probate.
Without a will and other estate planning documents, the court may designate someone to make the decisions which may not align with your wishes.
You can designate a guardian for your minor children if you die or become incapacitated.
Yes, a will can be modified through your lifetime.