Wills & Trusts

Do you have a will?  A living will?  A Power of Attorney?  How about a Health Care Proxy?  Does your family know your wishes about organ donation?  Or child custody for your minor children in case of death or extended illness?  If you answered anything but "absolutely yes" to any of these questions, you should seriously consider contacting an attorney to prepare a will, a living will, or a healthcare directive.  Remember, you may save your family and loved ones untold grief by making your wishes known early.

Key Benefits

  • A will allows you to provide for minor children, both monetarily and custodially.
  • A will allows you to control the distribution of your assets.
  • Short-term healthcare directives can let your doctor know what you want if you are unable to communicate before, during, or after a medical episode.
  • A living will lets your family, your doctor, and the courts know your wishes on extraordinary medical care and resuscitation.

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