Without proper documents in place, your death or incapacity can present a myriad of issues that may create family tensions or result in additional costs and delay in handling your affairs. Our attorneys will work with you to make sure that your wishes regarding disposition of assets and the guardianship of any children are clearly detailed in your will.
We also recommend that you consider a Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy in the event you should become incapacitated and unable to make financial, legal, or health care decisions for yourself. Ensuring that you have these documents in place allows your chosen representative to represent you without having to undergo a lengthy court process.
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