Regardless of your age, or the size of your estate, everyone needs a Will. Wills direct how you would like your assets distributed after you pass. Wills appoint the person you trust (a.k.a. Executor/Executrix) to execute the directions in your Will.
Powers of Attorney
Durable Power of Attorney, Healthcare Powers Of Attorney Including Living Wills and Advance Directives, and a Healthcare Power of Attorney. See more below.
Did you know there are many different kinds of Trusts available? We can help you decide which one is best for you situation. A Revocable Trust allows you to name the person who will manage your estate (a.k.a. the Trustee) both while you’re alive and after your death. The Trustee carries out the terms of the Trust as you have defined. You can be the initial Trustee of your Revocable Trust. There’s also Irrevocable Trust known as a Medicaid Asset Protection Trust. This is a Trust designed to shelter assets from the costs of long-term care such as those associated with nursing homes. Special Needs Trusts are created so that a disabled person can receive an inheritance without disrupting his or her public benefits. They can also be used to manage assets on behalf of a disabled person.