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Having a Revocable Trust, Will, General Durable Power of Attorney, and an Advance Medical Directive will provide you with the peace of mind that upon your death or disability, your spouse, children, relatives, or significant other will have a concrete document in hand providing both them and the court with your wishes.
A Will informs the court and your beneficiaries as to how your want the majority of your assets divided upon death. A Revocable Trust provides greater and more comprehensive “dead hand” control of your assets and, when properly funded, can help your beneficiaries avoid the process of probate. A General Durable Power of Attorney provides a spouse, significant other, or friend with the ability to handle your financial and personal affairs in the event that you are no longer able to do so. An Advance Medical Directive gives clear guidance as to your wishes pertaining to healthcare, end-of-life, and anatomical donation decisions. Meet with us for a free consultation of up to half an hour to determine which documents best address your needs. We typically charge fixed fees for our estate planning documents.
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