Let us help you get your estate planning documents in order so your family doesn't suffer the consequences when you are gone. Estate planning documents not only save your family additional expense, but they alleviate much of the undue stress and conflict that occurs when your wishes are not documented, especially if you leave children behind. We will make the process as quick and painless as possible.
We do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Most basic estate planning documents can be done through phone and email consults without ever having to come into our office!
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Spare your loved ones from the headache and trouble after you are gone by creating a last will and testament now. Your will serves as a guideline for your wishes to be followed out upon your death and is a very important part of your estate planning.
MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY
A medical power of attorney is a legal document that allows you give someone legal authority to make important decisions about your medical care. These decisions could be about treatment options, medication, surgery, end-of-life care, and more.
When creating your estate planning, you can grant access to your health information to a trusted family member or friend. This person is usually the same person you have given Medical Power of Attorney to. The HIPPA form is necessary to grant this person access to your medical information.
POWER OF ATTORNEY
If you are unable to handle your property, finances, investments, for a temporary or permanent amount of time, you can designate someone to be your Power of Attorney. We will help you with your documents and ensure everything is in place for you.
Plan ahead and get the medical care you want at the end of life. Living wills and other medical directives are written, legal instructions regarding your preferences for medical care if you are unable to make decisions for yourself.
DISPOSITION OF REMAINS
The Disposition of Remains document lets you select the person you feel will best carry out your wishes regarding what happens to your body at the time of your death. The person you assign can be a family member, significant other, or a close friend.
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