Estate Planning & Administration
Whether you’re looking to protect your assets or decide how you’d like to proceed if you become impaired, estate planning encompasses it all, but don’t forget about administration. This step helps streamline the activation of your estate plan when the time comes.
Most people associate estate planning & administration with just a will, but there’s more to do to plan for every situation and ensure your plan’s administration is streamlined. We can write wills and trusts, coordinate powers of attorney and healthcare representatives, and help you avoid probate. We are experienced in comprehensive estate planning & administration and can help protect you and your loved ones.
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A will states who will receive your assets and belongings–and in what amount–after you pass away, who will take care of any young children, and who will manage your estate.
Guardianship is a legal relationship between a competent adult, often called the guardian, and a person who can no longer care for their own affairs, often called the ward. This type of relationship can be helpful for people with special needs or older adults who have become incapacitated. Guardianship may apply to the ward and to the ward’s property. Guardianship is usually court appointed, while the ward chooses power of attorney.