Estate Planning Documents

The law firm can assist you in drafting any of the below documents.

Let us know what document(s) that you might need from the below list.

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT – Answer some simple questions and get a customized Last Will and Testament document ready for signature.

LIVING WILL FOR HEALTHCARE – This Advanced Healthcare Directive contains a Living Will with a Healthcare Power of Attorney, plus a HIPAA Release Authorization. Customize a document that outlines your preferred end-of-life treatments and the type of care you want if incapacitated.

POWER OF ATTORNEY – Name a friend or family member as Attorney-in-Fact to handle your personal business and legal affairs. Two different Power of Attorney documents are available: a Limited Power of Attorney for a specific piece of business; or a Durable Power of Attorney to handle a broad range of decision-making matters long term. Plus a Revocation Document to end the Power of Attorney relationship at any time.

LIVING TRUST (Revocable) – A safe and legal way to manage your assets while alive, then distribute those assets exactly as desired upon death. Includes the documents and instructions necessary to create a Joint Trust or Single Trust based on marital status, whether you have children or not, your state of residence, and how/when/to whom you wish to distribute your assets.

GUN TRUST – Register a firearm once on behalf of multiple users. When an individual registers a firearm with the ATF under the National Firearms Act, only the registered user may own, transport or fire that weapon or accessory. But when an application from a properly drafted gun trust is approved, the gun trust Grantor plus each and every Trustee named has the right to use or possess that firearm. Limit ATF paperwork and filing fees, and easily pass firearms on to friends or family members after death.

PET TRUST – Legally designate money, property or other assets to pay for the costs of caring for a pet or any number of pets. Name a Trustee to oversee that care. Outline the manner and level of care for the pet and then provide clear instructions on your wishes.