Estate Planning

There are three basic areas of Estate Planning:

The Last Will and Testament is a legal document that names the person that will be in charge of wrapping up the affairs of your estate, and paying the final expenses after you die. Your Will lists your beneficiaries and indicates who gets what, when and how, and who you want to get custody of any minor children you have. <<read more >>

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that permits another individual to legally act on your behalf while you are still alive.

By signing a POA, you share the full force of your signature and/or decision-making capacity with another person and whatever that person does under the authority of that POA carries the full weight of the law. <<read more >>

Living Will is the common name for legal document in which individuals instruct health-care providers about their wishes with respect to medical procedures should they become incapacitated. <<read more >>