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Estate Planning

Estate planning is the process that enables you to decide and direct, in advance, the following:

  1. How to protect and/or distribute certain property and assets while you are alive;
  2. How to protect, administer and/or distribute your property and assets should you become incapacitated;
  3. How to protect, administer and/or distribute your property and assets when you die;
  4. Health care decisions should you become incapacitated, including whether to limit treatment; and
  5. End-of-life health care decisions, including whether to stop treatment in certain circumstances where you are terminally ill and incapacitated.

A comprehensive estate plan includes documents covering all the items in the above list.


Why is it important to make a comprehensive estate plan?


What can an estate and trust lawyer do for me?

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