We all tend to avoid thinking about the “what-if’s” in life. We know putting together an estate plan is one of the most important decisions for our family yet we avoid it. At Walecka Law, P.C., we pride ourselves on creating client-focused and goal-driven plans in a streamlined, user-friendly, and cost effective way.
Estate planning is important for everyone. Creating an estate plan, simply means putting in place documents to make sure you and your family are taken care of in the event of your incapacity or death.
Typical estate planning documents include:
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Health Care Proxy
- HIPAA Authorization
- Personal Directive (Living Will)
- Last Will and Testament
- All kinds of Trusts
When Should I Review my Estate Planning Documents?
Life changes and we want to make sure your estate plan continues to do what you intended it to do. Reviewing your estate plan will give you peace of mind. That is why it is encouraged that you have your plan every three to five years.
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To schedule an initial consultation contact Walecka Law, P.C. at 774-203-9003 or Brandon@WaleckaLaw.com.