Nobody wants to think about death in the prime of life. But it's important to decide what will happen to your assets when you die. Through a will you can give instructions to your family about your legal and medical preferences should you fall ill or lose the capacity to make those decisions for yourself.
An estate plan includes your will as well as any other directions on how you want your assets
distributed after your death. It includes documents that govern how you will be cared for,
medically and financially, if you become unable to make your own decisions in the future.
A will takes effect when you die. It covers things such as how your assets will be shared, who will look after your children if they are still young, what trusts you want established, how much money you'd like donated to charities and even instructions about your funeral.
We can recommend which lawyers can assist you with Estate Planning.