“I don’t have an estate,” is often something our clients tell us. It is only after discussing their situation with one of our experienced attorneys do they realize that owning a large amount of assets is not what guides us in estate planning. Whether you are married with children and grandchildren, or you are a single person in your twenties, it is important to have a proper plan in place in the event of the unexpected. Estate planning helps a person arrange for the management of that person’s property not only after death, but also that person’s welfare if that person becomes ill and impaired. We take a practical approach to review your family and asset situation to provide you with estate planning recommendations uniquely tailored to you.
General Durable Powers of Attorney
Healthcare Powers of Attorney