Wills

No one likes to talk about dying, but having a  Last Will and Testament, Advanced Medical Directive, and Durable Power of Attorney prepared is really important.   People often believe that they do not need Estate Planning because they are not “rich.”   This is completely wrong.  Even forgetting about what happens to your possessions and property, these documents help dictate what happens to your minor children or what happens to you in the event that a medical condition or injury prohibits you from speaking for yourself.

If you have a will, but wonder if it needs to be updated, we can review it for you at no cost.   If you do not, call us today to get this important item off your “to do” list.