Wills And Estate Planning
Almost all estate plans include a Last Will and Testament. Your will is the document that ensures that all your property passes to your intended beneficiaries. A will is important for everyone to have because it provides both you and your family with the security that your affairs are properly arranged and in order.
In addition to a Will, most estate plans include a Power of Attorney, and a Healthcare Power of Attorney. These documents are important to have because they ensure that if you are still alive but unable to manage your affairs, the person you designate is able to make decisions on your behalf. This also means that your family will not have to go to court to be appointed conservator in such a situation, saving you in time and expense.
If you would like to ensure your property and affairs are accounted for and have intended beneficiaries, give us a call today at 615-622-6060 to schedule a consultation.