Everyone should have the protections of a will, durable power of attorney, living will, and health surrogate designation.
These documents are simple to prepare, relatively inexpensive, and can spare your family a world of trouble in the event the worst happens.
After sitting for a consultation, we will recommend the most appropriate form of estate documents for you.
Then we will draft them, and make sure they are properly signed, witnessed and notarized.
You will benefit from having an experienced probate attorney draft your wills, trusts and other estate planning documents.
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