Wills, Estates, Trusts

Providing Trusted Legal Representation

Everyone should have a current Last Will and Testament which provides for the planning of one’s estate, for their surviving spouse, children and even grandchildren.   We offer you the opportunity to review your current situation and develop a plan that fits your goals and wishes, while addressing possible strategies for tax savings and planning.

A Power of Attorney also provides you with a sense of security in the event of a disability or circumstance where you cannot manage your affairs.   The Power of Attorney is developed in keeping with your direction  to appoint those persons who you trust to handle your affairs if you are unable to do so.  Many hospitals and health care facilities now require a Advanced Health Care Directive, often called a Living Will.  This document sets forth your wishes for health care decisions and end of life treatment choices.  It includes a health care proxy which names someone you trust to help carry out your medical wishes in the event you are unable to make those choices due to illness or disability.