A Last Will and Testament, commonly referred to as a “Will,” specifies how your property and assets will be distributed at the end of your life.
As an alternative to a Will as your primary estate planning document, you can establish a Trust during your lifetime.
The field of elder law addresses many issues such as financial planning, estate planning, and health care decision making.
Through your Power of Attorney, you can designate one or more individuals to make financial decisions for you.
Health Care Proxies designate an agent to make health care decisions for you, in the event you cannot make them for yourself.
Living Wills are not legal documents, but they do work hand-in-hand with your Health Care Proxy.
You have worked hard for a long time, and retirement is when you should enjoy vacationing, spending time with family, and doing activities that you love.