Wills and Estate Law
Planning your estate is an important decision to avoid serious legal issues and family disputes. It is highly recommended that everyone has a valid will and power of attorney. Without a valid will, your assets may not pass to your chosen beneficiaries and a court may need to approve who acts as your executor and who looks after your minor children. A power of attorney gives you the ability to appoint who you want to manage both your personal and financial affairs in the event of incapacity. Without one, the government may step in and make decisions on your behalf. You may also face an expensive and time consuming process to resolve matters. Our lawyers provide comprehensive estate planning services, from preparing a will, arranging power of attorney and helping to establish trusts in a timely and sensitive manner.
Power of Attorney for Property
Power of Attorney for Personal Care