Wills, Powers of Attorney and Estate Planning
Planning for your passing or mental incapacity is an important step in protecting both you and your family in the event of such unfortunate events.
Allow us to help you craft a plan to ensure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are provided for. We can help you plan for your passing or incapacity by drafting documents such as:
Wills to set out what you wish to happen to your property and belongings when you pass away, and who you want to ensure that those wishes are carried out;
Powers of Attorney to give a person or persons the authority to manage your property and belongings, and to carry out your wishes for you, while you are living but unable to carry out such tasks for yourself. A power of attorney can also give such person(s) the power to make medical decisions for you; and
Personal Directives to give a person or persons the authority to carry out your wishes with respect to medical decisions when you are mentally incapacitated and unable to make such decisions yourself. These documents can simply give a trusted person decision making authority, or can include specific instructions for that person to follow, such as end-of-life decisions.
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