Wills

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DIRECTING MATTERS AFTER YOU ARE GONE

A will is the first and most basic step in ensuring your property is protected and will be distributed according to your wishes after your death. Without a will, state law typically determines who will receive your assets, and up to 50 percent of your assets can be lost to federal and state inheritance and estate taxes. A will allows your beneficiaries to receive your property as you have designated. A will also allows parents of minor children to assign a guardian in the event of the parent(s) death. Our Estate Planning works with clients to create:

  • Powers of Attorney
  • Living Wills
  • Joint Wills
  • Simple Wills
  • Testamentary Trust Wills