Many people do not realize how important estate planning documents are until it is too late. This includes powers of attorney and health care directives.
Estate Planning isn’t about your stuff, it’s
about your people!
Even very small estates can be a big and expensive hassle for loved ones left behind without a legally executed will. Many people do not realize how important estate planning documents are until it is too late. This includes powers of attorney and health care directives.
Prior to your passing, you may become incapacitated and your loved ones will need to step in and help you manage your health care and business affairs. The people you count on will be unable to help in many areas if necessary documents have not been executed in advance.
• Health Care Powers of Attorney
• General Durable Powers of Attorney
• Health Care Directive
Our goal is to assist our clients with straight-forward and effective documents that ease the burden on their loved ones in the event of
their incapacitation or passing. It doesn’t have to be overly complicated or expensive. Most often, flat fee arrangements allow us to communicate and work through the process of crafting documents without worrying about running up legal fees.
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