We prepare wills, trusts and other related estate planning documents to help you achieve your asset preservation goals. We take the time to get to know you and help you define your goals. We review your family situation, finances, home and real estate ownership, employment, investments, and business interests. We advise you of the estate planning strategies best suited to achieve those goals and ensure you have the information necessary to make well-reasoned decisions.
Just as important as preserving your assets, is establishing a plan for incapacity. We provide all the necessary legal documents to ensure someone you trust will be the one to make decisions on your behalf in the event you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
– Living Wills
The advances made in medical science over recent decades have made it possible for doctors to extend the life of a patient far longer than otherwise would have been possible after an injury or incapacitating illness. You can use a living will to clearly set out your wishes concerning life-support and end-of-life care so that your voice can be heard when you are unable to speak for yourself.
-Powers of Attorney
Just as a living will can be used to specify preferences for healthcare in the event of an incapacitating injury or illness, a power of attorney is used for the purpose of appointing a trusted person to oversee your personal estate at a time when you are unable to manage your affairs.
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