If you do not have a will and power of attorney, your family will not know how to proceed if you are incapacitated or when you pass away. A will allows you to leave assets to people you choose and specify guardians for minor children. You can also detail your wishes for your funeral. Power of attorney is an important part of an estate plan. They give a person of your choice the authority to make legal, financial and medical decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated. This can eliminate the need for a guardianship. It also saves your family time, money and confusion in the event you cannot handle your affairs. Specific details about your end-of-life care are typically addressed in an advance medical directive/living will. You can choose the person who has your financial power of attorney or another person to make medical decisions for you if you are incapacitated. We can help you with:

  • Wills
  • Advanced Medical Directives
  • Revocable and Irrevocable
  • Power of Attorney

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