state planning is important regardless of whether your assets are large or small. An estate includes everything you own. You may choose to distribute those assets however you wish if you have a solid estate plan.
Estate planning is the process of arranging your financial affairs and includes the use of legal documents for selecting decision makers who will handle your affairs in the event of your incapacity and after your death to distribute assets according to your wishes. Each client situation is unique. That is why each estate plan should be designed specifically for you, based on your life circumstances, family situation, personal and business assets, and goals.
• Wills and Trusts;
• Living Wills;
• Advanced Health Care Directives;
• Medical Powers of Attorney
• General Powers of Attorney; and
• Probate Representation.