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Estate Planning

The vast majority of Americans today do not have a will in place. Wills and Trusts, however, provide means to ensure that your wealth and property are properly transferred to the next generation. Other legal instruments, such as powers of attorney, health care directives, or "living wills" can allow you to make decisions for your medical care in advance to protect in the event that you may be incapacitated at a later point in time and unable to make such decisions.

By creating a will, you can clearly identify your wishes for the distribution of your assets. You can also set forth how you wish for your estate to be handled. If you wish for a particular child or other individual to have some particular piece of personal property, such as a family heirloom, you can indicate this desire in your will.

Trusts are legal devices that come in many different varieties and serve many different purposes. Trusts are very flexible and can be tailored to your specific circumstances and to fit your specific needs.

 

 

 

 

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