When you pass away, what will your spouse or children receive? Planning for your death helps ensure your loved ones receive the assets they need for financial stability and safety. A last will and testament, sometimes shortened to ‘will,’ lists out which of your assets goes to whom. With a will, you can:
Here at The Bruton Law Firm, we understand the importance of planning for the future. That's why we offer comprehensive services to help our clients create wills that accurately reflect their wishes and ensure their assets are distributed according to their desires. From drafting initial documents to providing guidance on estate planning strategies, our experienced team is dedicated to helping clients navigate the complexities of will creation with ease and confidence.
In addition to wills, our firm also specializes in durable healthcare directives. We believe that every individual should have a plan in place for their healthcare decisions in the event they become incapacitated. Our team works closely with clients to establish durable healthcare derivatives that outline their preferences for medical treatment, appoint healthcare proxies, and ensure their wishes are respected during times of illness or incapacity. With our guidance, clients can have peace of mind knowing that their healthcare preferences will be honored according to their wishes.
You can rest assured that our expert team at The Bruton Law Firm recognizes the importance of thorough and precise legal documentation. Whether it's drafting wills or establishing durable healthcare derivatives, our goal is to provide personalized solutions that meet the unique needs of each client. With our expertise and dedication, we strive to empower individuals to plan for the future with confidence and clarity.
Setting up plans for your death is always a good idea, but you can also make arrangements for your end-of-life care. Healthcare POA gives a trusted partner the power to make your medical decisions when necessary. You can also dictate what treatments you want and don’t want in your end-of-life care. Healthcare POA applies to any medical condition, not just a terminal illness.
To ensure your healthcare meets your needs, set up a healthcare POA with our law firm today.
Like a healthcare POA, a durable financial POA appoints someone to take care of your financial needs when necessary. Your chosen agent can have the power to manage assets, bank accounts, pay bills, and sell and acquire assets. Before your agent takes over, you can dictate what powers your agent has over your finances.
Because your agent will have significant power over your money, we recommend that you only appoint someone who you deeply trust and who has your best interests at heart.