Whether you're starting from scratch or need to update an existing will, we provide personalized guidance tailored to your unique circumstances.
A will is a legal document stating how your property and assets should be divided in the event of your death, and who will take care of your surviving minor children. If no will is in place, the state makes all of these decisions. In your will you can specify:
Our team will help you prepare a will that keeps as much of your estate as possible out of probate court, ensuring your privacy and saving your family added court costs.
A living will is a document which records a person's wishes regarding medical treatment in the event in which they are no longer able to give informed consent. It will tell your family if you want to be kept on life support in specific situations, as well as address other important questions regarding your preferences about artificial hydration, tube feeding, and pain medication in terminal or persistent vegetative situations.
Many people have strong feelings about life support in these situations, and living wills are a tool that allows them to document their wishes. Doing so takes the burden of these decisions off your family's shoulders and allows them to know your desires and follow your directives.
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