Estate Planning Law
You should periodically review your documents to make sure they are up to date. Has your family situation changed due to divorce or the birth of a grandchild? Do you need to change the people you have named as your fiduciaries? (Executor/Personal Representative) Who is your agent in your Power of Attorney? Is that still the person you most trust?
Sometimes documents need to be changed to conform to new laws. For example, the new health privacy rules may require a change in your Advance Health Care Directive or Power of Attorney? Does your Living Will include your wishes concerning food or water even if there is no hope of recovery? Have you planned to reduce estate or gift taxes?
Call our offices for a consultation to determine whether you need to revise your existing documents. For a estate planning consultation call 1-877-447-4667