Preparing For the Future
Estate planning is essential to protect your family’s assets, minimize estate taxes, and to let family members and medical providers know what steps you want taken to prolong your life if you are terminally ill and unable to communicate your own wishes.
As a result, our attorneys are not only prepared to draft wills, but we also can prepare the following documents:
- A Living Will, which informs medical providers that you do not want artificial, life-prolonging procedures if you are in a terminal condition without hope of recovery.
- A Health Care Power of Attorney, which allows you to designate a trusted family member to make medical decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated.
- A Financial Power of Attorney, which allows you to designate a trusted person to handle your financial affairs if you are unable to do so yourself.
For a free consultation about preparing these types of documents for you, feel free to contact us.