Estate planning brings up topics like death, dying, health care decisions, and property distribution. While this long-term planning is appropriate and necessary, it is not always comfortable.
When you see us for estate planning, we will go over your assets, debts, and the tax implications of the overall value of your property. Depending on this information, a will may be all you need, but we will also discuss the possibility of a trust and other asset-protection vehicles.
In addition to addressing the disposition of your property after death, we will also provide Powers of Attorney and health care directives so an agent can represent your wishes when you are left unable to express them. This agent can be anyone you choose whether it is a family member or a trusted friend.