Each year, thousands of Americans die without leaving a will or any sort of estate plan to let those left behind know what their wishes were for the disposition of their property. The law provides a means by which property can be disposed, but it may not accurately reflect what the deceased actually wanted. At a minimum, everyone should have a will. For people with children, a home, and other assets, a well-thought out estate plan is essential. I offer a number of a la carte options, including:
- a simple Will
- an Advance Health Care Directive
- a Durable Power of Attorney for Property
- an Authorization for Release of Medical and Health Information
- a Living (Revocable) Trust
- a Pour-Over will
I also offer packages which can be discussed after a free initial consultation. Call me so we can discuss which plan would suit you best.