Estate planning can be the most crucial step any person can take to ensure their final property and healthcare wishes are honored.
A fully-realized estate plan can help answer some of the most pressing questions after the passing of a loved one: What is their financial situation? Do they own any property?
These questions can be easily answered with a good estate plan. Get in touch with us today to start your planning process.
A will is a set of simple instructions to tell the court who will get the assets you own after you die and who ensure it gets done.
If you don’t have a Will, the future of your personal assets after you die can become a source of contention.
Get in touch with us today to ensure this doesn’t happen to your family.
Traditionally, a trust is a fiduciary arrangement that allows a third party, or trustee, to hold assets on behalf of a beneficiary or beneficiaries.
Trusts can be arranged in many ways and can specify exactly how and when the assets pass to the beneficiaries.
Need help setting up a trust for your assets? Contact us today!
Advance medical directives are essentially designed to outline a person’s wishes and preferences in regard to medical treatments and interventions.
When a patient is incapable of making his or her own medical decisions, a healthcare proxy can act on the patient’s behalf to make decisions consistent with and based on the patient’s states will.
When you complete the legal documents called “power of attorney,” you give another person authority to handle your personal business and make decisions on your behalf.
A person creates the power of attorney for use when he or she is incapacitated or otherwise unable to handle their own affairs.
We can help you draft power of attorney papers. Contact us today!
Asset protection is a type of financial planning intended to protect one’s assets from creditor claims.
Individuals and business entities use asset protection techniques to limit creditors’ access to certain valuable assets while operating within the bounds of debtor-creditor law.
While estate planning is one of the most crucial steps a person can take to ensure their final property and healthcare wishes are honored, sometimes litigation cannot be avoided.
We can help you with these situations.
Please contact us today to learn how we can help.
Navigating the Medicaid landscape to set up long term care for yourself or your loved ones can be a trying journey.
We can help guide you through these waters and come out the other side with a well thought out plan for your future.
Do you know what would happen to your minor children if you and your child’s other parent died?
Is there a good way to prevent the Department of Children and Family Services getting involved?
You need to plan for your children’s future by properly nominating and appointing a guardian of their person and property.
We can help you with all this, just contact us today!