Wills

According to a March 2011 Forbes article, nearly 70% of Americans will die without a will.

The article points out "if you love and cherish your family, you MUST take the time to write your will. It ensures your assets are given to your family or other beneficiaries based on your wishes. "

It is recommended that you prepare your will with the assistance of an attorney to ensure all the details are covered. 

Details include:

- designating a guardian for your minor children

- designating a Personal Representative

The articles also recommends that you "prepare a durable power of attorney for health care and financial issues, in the event you are unable to handle your own medical or financial issues during your lifetime."

We are ready to assist you with drafting your will, powers of attorney, and advance health care directives.