Wills & Estates

Only when a loved one dies or is chronically ill do these issues really matter.  Today is the day to prepare.

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WILLS

Eighty percent of the public does not have a simple will  is that a problem. Not for you but when you pass away your loved ones are left with a headache.  who gets what, what will happen to your children? Do not leave loose ends for your loved ones.

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POWERS OF ATTORNEY

what happens if you or a loved ones are not able to make their own decisions due to medical or mental issues?

two important powers attorney

Medical and financial power of attorney.

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AVOID PROBATE

upon death probate is the last thing you want. it is very expensive to be in probate. so Many people set up a  very expensive trust. trusts have their place but we use non probate transfers which are inexpensive.  We will show you how to give your loved ones the things you want them to have without all the cost.