Estate Planning

A Will is written directions controlling the disposition of property which has been acquired during a lifetime. It appoints an Executor to administer the assets of the Estate. It also appoints guardianship of any under aged children.

Wills are automatically cancelled or revoked upon marriage, unless it refers specifically to a contemplated marriage; therefore, a new Will needs to be written after marriage or divorce. A good Will should see that your intentions are carried out in an efficient manner with minimum expense or delay for your family and heirs.

Enduring Power of Attorney and Personal Directives are designed for situation where a person becomes unable to manage their own affairs; they choose someone whom they feel is able to act in their best interests.


Please fill out the form below to help us start out with a draft and act as a supplement our future office discussions regarding estate planning.