Plan for your future, and the future for the ones you love
Without a will, State law will decide how your property and possessions are divided. Make sure you know what’s going to happen, and plan for the future so that your loved ones aren’t left confused and disoriented when dealing with loss. By drafting a will, Power of Attorney, and Healthcare Power of Attorney, you can keep control of the decision-making process, even when you are incapacitated by illness.
Last Will & Testament
Let Attorney Hannah Miller draft your will
It’s always a good idea to have an updated will, but it is especially important when you have a major life event. Marriage, separation, or the birth of a child can all change how your property and possessions are handled after your death. Put a plan in place so your loved ones know what to do and aren’t left with unanswered questions. Attorney Hannah Miller can draft a will for you, or you and a spouse, so that you are prepared for the future.
Power of Attorney
Designate an Attorney-in-Fact
Lawyers may represent you in legal matters, but for transactional and financial decisions, you can appoint an “Attorney-in-Fact” through a document called a Power of Attorney. You can grant almost anyone with Power of Attorney so that when or if you are unable to handle your own financial affairs due to travel or health limitations, your
Healthcare Power of Attorney
Limit care and “extraordinary measures”
With a healthcare power of attorney, you can decide the types of life-prolonging and life-saving treatment you want health professionals to provide when you are unable to make those decisions for yourself. By making these difficult decisions ahead of time, you can prevent your loved ones from struggling over end-of-life treatment options, and trying to determine what kind of care you want to receive.