Wills And Powers Of Attorney / Estate Planning
You work hard to collect your assets. What will happen to your house, car, investments, pension, bank account, dog or cat when it comes to the time that you have to check out?
Not only does a will speak for you when you pass, proper estate planning can minimize taxes and get your assets to your loved ones with minimal cost and effort. Powers of Attorney are equally important. Not only does having one eliminate a costly appointment of committee, it appoints the people that you trust to make important decisions about your property and your person.
Feel the difference that planning makes. Call our office today to learn how we can help you.