Everyone should consider having a will prepared that provides for their wishes after death. If you don’t, the government has rules that determine what will happen to your estate in the event of your death, which is unlikely to align with your specific wishes.
Due to advances in modern medicine, people remain alive longer than ever before and often end up in a state where they’re unable to directly manage their own affairs. These cases require Powers of Attorney, to appoint trusted family members or other individuals to make decisions about your health and finances when you're no longer able.
Help ease the burden on your family and avoid conflicts in these difficult situations by planning ahead. We can help you with your estate planning needs.