Susan L. Wilson, Estate Planning Attorney
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Designed to fit with your personal, spiritual and financial goals to seamlessly provide for your family when you are unable to do so in the future.
Your agent named in your Power of Attorney for Finances can make financial decisions should you become incapacitated.
A Trust can avoid Probate and provide for the protection and management as well as the distribution of your assets.
Sometimes referred to as a "Living Will," your Directive allows you to appoint an agent to carry out your medical decisions when you are unable to speak for yourself.
A Will allows you to decide who will receive your assets and how they are distributed. This is often achieved through a court supervised process called Probate.
You decide who will care for your minor children or other dependents.
Probate is the name for the court-supervised process of distributing a decedent's assets to his or her beneficiaries.
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