Having a Will provides you with a piece of mind and guarantees that your loved ones will be well looked after once you have passed away.
Preparing a Will is one of the most important legal documents you can have. As the creator of the Will you have the ability to choose an Executor/Trustee, someone you trust, to administer your estate after you have passed away. If you would like certain family members, friends or a charity to receive the assets of your estate, a formally executed Will can achieve this.
A Continuing Power of Attorney for Property and Power of Attorney for Personal Care allow you to choose someone you trust to act on your behalf when you have become incapacitated and can no longer make decisions pertaining to your property and health.
Estate planning allows a person to arrange, during their lifetime for the organization and disposition of their estate in the event that the person has become incapacitated and after death. Proper estate planning is important because you can choose who will inherit your assets as well as relieving your loved ones of the stress and costs that comes without settling your affairs before your death. Furthermore, as a parent or parents with minor children, having an estate plan will afford you the chance to name a guardian or guardians, people who you trust, to care for and raise your children in the event of an early death.
At Randazzo Law, we recognize the stress and pressure that comes with being appointed as an Executor/Trustee of a Will. Most executors or trustees do not know how to start the administration process and the duties and responsibilities that come with this role can be very overwhelming. Let us assist you in dealing with the legal process surrounding probating a Will and administering the estate.
We provide the following services:
- Preparing and drafting Wills
- Preparing and drafting Powers of Attorney (Property and Personal Care)
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