Wills and Incapacity Planning

A will is a written set of instructions as to how you want your assets and personal property distributed after your death.  If you have minor children, you can also direct who should be appointed as guardian.  Without these instructions, state statute will dictate how and to whom your assets will be distributed and often the court gets involved to oversee the process.   While a will becomes effective only at death, it is also important to plan in the event you become incapacitated during your lifetime.   Although these issues may be difficult to think about, it is important to make sure your family is protected should something happen to you.  Whether you are single, married, or have children, we can help establish the necessary plan to make sure your family, assets and personal property are protected after your death.