Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning for over 35 years
Office hours are by appointment only.
There is no charge for the first meeting. Prior to incurring any charges, fees will be clearly discussed and agreed upon.
If easily available, bring copies of all existing documents, such as: wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health-care directives. Also bring copies of the ownership papers for all assets, such as: deeds, car titles, bank accounts, income statements, and securities.
They are known by many names, e.g. Health Care Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, DNR (Do Not Resuscitate), and Living Will. They should be part of your Estate Planning that answers questions such as: Who will make my health care decisions when I cannot? Should life be prolonged through extraordinary methods? Should medical care be stopped or withheld? Do I wish to make an organ donation?
You may express this in your estate planning documents and provide appropriate financing for their care.