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estateYes, it’s a morbid topic, and not what most people want to think about when all is well. Unfortunately, it’s the *only* time we get to think about it.

What will happen when you’re no longer able to make decisions about yourself and your property? Estate planning lets you answer those questions now so that you and your loved ones can have peace of mind later.

A will outlines what happens to your belongings after you pass on. This document can also establish preferences for guardians of your minor children in the event of your death, and even establish trusts to provide for them as they grow.

A will must be probated at your county’s Register of Wills and Orphan’s Court to take effect. There are specific rules that must be followed and deadlines met. I help families handle these estate administration matters so that they can concentrate on their emotional health.

Estate planning also covers those who are still very much alive but unable to make decisions about their bodies and possessions. Living wills or advanced directives instruct your families and doctors about the use of life-sustaining medical treatment in the event of your unconsciousness. Powers of attorney can give persons designated by you the ability to handle your affairs and property during your life when you cannot.

I can assist you with all of your estate planning needs, and would be happy to discuss each of these with you.