Estate Planning:Design Your Legacy.
Impacting Generations to Come
Estate planning done well can impact a family for generations to come. Whatever your planning goals are, Legacy Law will help you and your family design a solid estate plan. As you create your estate plan, there are a handful of “must-have” estate planning documents you must implement before anything else.
What You Need to Create
Planning For Disability
Financial & Healthcare Powers of Attorney
Authorizes “agents” you know and trust to take care of your financial matters and make your healthcare decisions when you are unable to do so yourself.
A health care directive that assists family with decisions concerning treatment when you cannot make or communicate your own wishes.
Medical Access Authorization
Also known as a “HIPAA Authorization.” This is legal authorization that allows a loved one or friend to access our medical information.
Planning for Death
Choose a Plan
Through our process, you will learn whether a will-based plan or trust-based plan is better suited for your own unique wishes.
Your will should describe your intentions for your estate when you pass away.
Revocable Living Trust
A trust allows you to manage, protect, and eventually distribute your assets.
Ready to Start Planning?
One of the biggest mistakes made in estate planning is waiting too long to make a decision. The sooner you start planning, the more peace of mind your family will receive in the future. Let’s get started with your complimentary initial consultation with our experienced team of estate planning professionals.