Choosing to draft a will or trust is one of the most important and loving gifts that you give to those who are important to you.
Wills and living wills
Every person who has attained age 18 needs to have a will, a durable power of attorney, a medical power of attorney, a health information release, a declaration of guardian, and a directive to physicians (aka living will).
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is difficult enough without worrying about navigating your way through the Probate Courts. Whether your loved one died with a will or without a will, we will navigate the path for you educating you along the way.
Guardianship is the process of appointing a court appointed person to help care for a person who is incapacitated for one reason or another. Courts appoint Guardians of the Estate and Guardians of the Person.