Wills and Estate Planning

“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.”
― Isaac Asimov

Estate planning is the process of arranging for the conservation, use, management, and transfer of one’s person and property during the person’s lifetime and after the person’s death.  Proper estate planning requires facing facts and discussing matters that most people are not comfortable discussing.

Who will make decisions regarding your medical care?  Who will manage your property should you become incapacitated?  How can you best care for your loved ones after you pass away?  Who will receive your property after your death?  These are just some of the key questions you should address in developing your estate plan.

My firm can assist you in reviewing your estate, guide you in answering these questions, setting objectives, and developing a plan.  My firm will then provide you with the necessary advice and documents to implement your wishes in caring for yourself in life and your family upon your passing.

There are a number of tools available to achieve those objectives including wills, powers of attorney, medical directives, medical powers of attorney, a variety of trusts, annuities, and life insurance.  Your family history, wishes, and objectives will determine which tools are best for implementing your plan.

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