Your Will ensures that your wishes are fulfilled. The first part of any plans for you and your family is a Will.
Probate is the process by which a deceased person’s property (the “estate”) is passed to his or her heirs or the persons listed in the will.
A comprehensive estate plan should include a power of attorney for health care and for finances. A power of attorney gives someone else the authority to act on your behalf.
A prenuptial agreement, sometimes called a “prenup”, is a contract entered into prior to marriage that sets forth rights in the event of divorce or death.
Special Needs Trusts can provide a better quality of life while maintaining a beneficiary’s government benefits.