Will & Estate Planning
Estate planning is an often overlooked but crucial aspect of financial health. Whether you’re updating existing documents or preparing them for the first time, it’s a step that can’t be ignored. At its core, estate planning encompasses three key documents: Last Will and Testament, Personal Directive, and Power of Attorney.
Your Last Will and Testament is not just a document; it’s your voice after you’re gone, ensuring your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Without it, the state decides who inherits your assets, which may not align with your intentions. A Personal Directive, often known as a living will, outlines your preferences for medical care if you become unable to make decisions yourself. It’s a critical tool for maintaining your autonomy in unforeseen circumstances.
Lastly, a Power of Attorney is a safety net, allowing someone you trust to manage your affairs if you become incapacitated. This could be financial decisions, property management, or even day-to-day matters. Without this, your loved ones may face a time-consuming and costly legal process to take charge in a crisis.
In essence, estate planning with HGA Law isn’t just about legal documents; it’s about ensuring that your wishes are respected, your legacy is protected, and your loved ones are provided for with clarity and certainty. Delay no more; make estate planning a priority and start your journey towards peace of mind today.
We have various estate planning packages depending on your needs – contact Lauren Eckstein for a quote.