We are committed to helping you plan for the hardest times in life - when you are incapacitated, and when you pass away.
The decision between a will-based estate plan and a trust-based estate plan will ultimately involve a lengthy conversation with your attorney.
A will-based estate plan is for everyone. Having a will won't allow you to avoid probate, but it will allow you to designate your specific wishes in a straightforward manner.
Trusts are a key tool when your primary goal is to avoid probate. Trusts can also be used for special needs planning, charitable donations, and asset protection.
A power of attorney grants the authority to an appointed individual to act on your behalf in the event of your incapacitation. This crucial legal instrument enables you to designate a trusted person, such as a spouse, parent, or any other reliable individual, to make decisions on your behalf.
The document also known as a "living will" serves as a comprehensive guide outlining an individual's medical care preferences in situations where they are unable to make decisions due to incapacitation.
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