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We pride ourselves on the comprehensiveness of our planning and will use this questionnaire to assess your estate planning needs. The questionnaire can be scanned/emailed to us, faxed or sent via US Mail. With regard to any documents that we request for review, please send only the copies, not the originals. We would like to remind you that we strongly recommend that both you and your spouse participate in all of the consultations so that we can directly and fully answer all of your questions.
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The Durable Power of Attorney is a very powerful document. It allows the Agent (the person whom you have appointed) to act on your behalf in all financial matters and it is effective immediately upon signing.GET STARTED
The Health Care Surrogate is your opportunity to appoint an Agent to make health care decisions for you if you cannot make them yourself.GET STARTED
This document allows the Agents that you have named to gain access to your medical records in the even that they have to make medical decisions on your behalf.GET STARTED
This document is provided in the unlikely event that you need a guardian appointed for you should you become incapacitated.GET STARTED
This document allows you to express your wishes to your family and medical team about your desires for life prolonging medical treatment in the event of your incapacity and inability to share your thoughts.GET STARTED
The revocable trust is a very valuable tool in the estate planning process. It allows you to potentially avoid a guardianship for yourself in the event of your incapacity.GET STARTED
The Pour Over Will is like any Last Will and Testament except that the only beneficiary is your revocable living trust. This Will allows you to appoint guardians for your children and covers any assets that have not been transferred into your trust during your life or that come upon by reason of your death (i.e. a wrongful death suit).GET STARTED