It is important to understand the limitations of a Power of Attorney before relying on it to be a substitute for Estate Planning by an Estate Planning Attorney. For instance, many people believe that a Power of Attorney will be able to take care of your Estate after death. Unfortunately, this is a common misconception….
No matter your net worth, it is important to have a basic plan for your Estate in place to limit tax liability, preserve family wealth and reduce the burden on your loved ones.
Our Estate Planning Attorneys can assist clients with all aspects of Estate Planning including the preparation of the following:
- Last Will and Testament
- Power of Attorney
- Living Will
- Revocable Trust, Irrevocable Trust, Specialty Trust