Our estate planning attorneys have years of experience counseling clients in this area of the law, as well as preparing legal documents that fit your individual needs.

If you want to make certain that your estate is passed down to preferred beneficiaries, one of our experienced attorneys can assist you in providing advice, guidance and preparation of your estate planning documents including a Will, Medical Power of Attorney, Statutory Power of Attorney (for your financial affairs) and Living Will.

Our skilled and experienced attorneys understand estate planning law and will give you the advice to assist you in determining exactly how your estate should be handled. After consulting with one of our estate planning attorneys, you will have greater peace of mind knowing you are a few steps away from having all of your estate planning affairs in order.

What is a Last Will and Testament?

A Will is a legal document that details specific instructions for passing down your money and property after you pass away. It is vital to have a valid Will in place prior to your death so that your family members do not experience added stress after you are gone. By working with one of our skilled and experienced estate planning attorneys, you will be able to ensure that handling your estate and fulfilling your wishes are easier for those that you leave behind.

What is a Power of Attorney?

There are different variations of Powers of Attorney, but the most common are Medical Powers of Attorney and Statutory Powers of Attorney. These documents allow you to designate a person or persons as your ‘agent’ to make medical and financial decisions for you in the event you are incapacitated or unable to make those decisions for yourself. These easy and cost-efficient documents can save your loved ones thousands of dollars by preventing the need for a guardianship.

Contact our firm today for a consultation to learn more about these important estate planning documents.