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Will, Estates,
and Probate Law

So, it’s time to do that Will and/or POA you have been contemplating for some time. It is a topic most people prefer not to discuss, yet it is also one of the most important things you can do in your life for those you love.

A Will is the legal means by which you can determine how your assets will be dealt with upon your death unless it has been revoked or unless you have made a new Will during your lifetime. You should make a Will as part of the proper ordering of your affairs.

Everyone should have a will. A will is the only way you can tell others how you want your assets to be distributed after your death. It is the only way you can provide for people who may depend on you financially.

A power of attorney gives someone the authority to do things on your behalf – “You stand in their shoes.” A document that is just as important as a Will.

Click here for your copy of the Will & Power of Attorney Booklet.