DURABLE GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY
Appoint someone as your “attorney-in-fact” to step in and manage your financial and legal affairs if you ever become incapacitated.
Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
Appoint someone to make health care decisions on your behalf when you are incapacitated; specify what actions should be taken for your health if your are no longer able to make your own decisions because of illness or incapacity; and provide instructions for providing or withholding treatment under different circumstances.
Designate persons who medical providers can share information with and who can access your medical records.
FINAL DISPOSTION INSTRUCTIONS
Appoint someone to carry out your wishes concerning cremation or burial, how your ashes should be handled or your remains interred, and a memorial service or funeral.
Includes Durable General Durable Power of Attorney; Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care; HIPPA Release; and Final Disposition Instructions.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT – Simple
For those individuals who only need a simple Last Will and Testament. With a simple Last Will and Testament you can name guardians for your minor children, designate who will inherit your estate, and name an executor to administer your estate.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT WITH TESTAMENTARY TRUST
For those individuals who only need a Last Will and Testament with a Testamentary Trust. With a Last Will and Testament with Testamentary Trust you can name guardians for your minor children, designate who will inherit your estate, name an executor to administer your estate, provide for heirs with special needs, provide for minor children, and name a trustee to administer their trust. A LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT WITH A TESTAMENTARY TRUST REQUIRES PROBATE!
Create either a Grant, Bargain and Sale Deed or a Quitclaim Deed to transfer your residence or other real property to you Trust.