Estate planning is the only way to have control over how your possessions will be distributed, who will oversee this process, and most importantly for parents, who will care for your minor children. Additionally, a plan created by you will make for a smoother transition for your loved ones. Living wills and powers of attorney can help you create a plan for your care, and the care of your property, if you are later unable to communicate your wishes. Give yourself, and your family, piece of mind by calling today to draft the wills or estate documents that are the best fit for you.
If you have recently lost a loved one, and are unsure how to begin administering the estate, I will happily assist you with the process of admitting a will to probate, or administering an estate as the law prescribes, if your loved one did not have a will.
Call today for assistance with:
- Statutory Durable Power of Attorney (financial power of attorney)
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Directive to Physicians (Living Will)
- HIPPA authorization form
- Declaration of Guardian