An estate plan prepares you for the “what ifs” in your lifetime. When you are well and capable, you can express your wishes to your family and friends. However, you may become incapable of making your own financial or medical decisions due to serious illness. If you die, your family would want to know what your wishes were. We help you to properly lay out your plan for the unexpected and we ensure your peace of mind.
We advise on and draft various types of estate planning documents, including:
- Continuing Powers of Attorney for Property
- Powers of Attorney for Personal Care
- Alter Ego Trusts/Joint Partner Trusts
- Family Trusts
- Inter vivos trusts
- Testamentary trusts