Wills & Estates
For most people, planning for what happens when they become ill or pass is not complicated or expensive. But for one reason or another many folks avoid putting even a simple estate plan in place. Everyone should at least have a will, power of attorney and a healthcare power of attorney/living will to make sure their affairs will be properly managed, their health care wishes followed and their property passed to those they intend to benefit.
Explore our page to learn more about the estate planning process, and contact our office for additional information.