Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way
As part of taking care of the ones you love, make sure you have an up-to-date will, advance directive (otherwise known as a living will) and power of attorney in place. The most considerate action you can take for the ones you’ve left behind (aside from having sufficient life insurance) is to have your precise wishes for the distribution of your estate expressed in a clear and unambiguous document that was carefully drawn in accordance with your specific instructions.
A will is a legally binding document that states how you want your possessions to be distributed after your death.
An advance directive ensures that your choices for medical care and treatment are followed if you become incapacitated or unable to make your own healthcare decisions.
A durable power of attorney appoints an agent on your behalf (the representative who exercises the authority) to manage and control your assets and property.
At The Law Office of David I. Sinderbrand, LLC, I take the time to carefully listen to your needs and desires, ask the right questions and craft the precise documents you require to best take care of your loved ones.
Contact me for a free consultation and allow me to serve the best interests of you and your family.