Estates, Wills & Powers of Attorney
These papers are designed to protect you and your loved ones when tragedy strikes.
They are critical documents to have prepared before it is too late. Wills determine how your estate is dealt with after you pass away, while Powers of Attorney determine how your financial, property, and personal care issues will be dealt with during your lifetime.
Although you may never need to rely on a Power of Attorney, they’re vital to have in case you lose the ability to make decisions. It is of the utmost importance to think now of your family and of yourself, and have your Will and Powers of Attorney drafted earlier on in life.