Estate planning is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure your loved ones are protected. A proper estate plan allows you to be in charge of your assets and your health care, providing peace of mind not only to you, but also to your loved ones by helping them avoid the frustration, expense, and delay of trying to manage your affairs after your death or disability. When preparing your estate plan, we carefully consider your individual needs and goals, tailoring each document to your particular situation.
We can assist you with Revocable Living Trusts, Wills, Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Management, Advance Health Care Directives, Marital Property Agreements, Guardianship Statements, and much more. We ensure that your property is properly titled and your trust is appropriately funded. We will help you create a plan in case of incapacity or disability, and help you avoid the possibility of future litigation. As your circumstances change and evolve over the years, we can help you amend or revoke your documents, ensuring your estate plan meets your current needs.