Estate Planning is a plan for protecting your and your family’s future. Proper planning results in avoiding many legal issues and problems.
Estate Planning consists of these major documents:
A Will to determine how your estate is transferred to your heirs when you die and to name a guardian for your children.
A Power of Attorney to name someone to manage your finances in the event you are incapacitated, either through illness, injury, or even out of town on a business or pleasure trip.
A Health Proxy to name someone to make medical decisions on your behalf in the event you cannot make your own decisions and also to set forth your wishes for medical care.
A Revocable Living Trust to maintain easy control and continuity of management of your assets while you are alive and to help avoid probate when you pass away.
Attorney Spring can help you with the difficult decisions associated with each of these documents. She will help you minimize the cost and difficulty of having to go through probate. Planning now with Attorney Spring will give you peace of mind regarding these issues.