Our firm can help you with a wide range of estate planning options, including the following:
Power of Attorney: With a valid Power of Attorney, the trusted person you name will be legally permitted to take care of important matters for you -- for example, paying your bills, managing your investments, or directing your medical care -- if you are unable to do so yourself.
Living Will: A living will is a type of estate plan that allows a person to express his or her medical and end-of-life treatment decisions, in order to provide family members and health care personnel with clear medical care instructions.
Trust: A trust is an entity that can be set up to hold a person’s assets. Our firm can work with you to create a revocable or “living” trust, an irrevocable trust or a special-needs trust.
Last Will and Testament: A Last Will and Testament is a legal document that communicates a person's final wishes pertaining to disposition of real and personal property and arrangements for custody of dependents. You will also appoint the person(s) or entity to serve as the Executor of your estate.