Whether you have a small estate or a large one, it is important that you have a will, and possibly other documents such as a trust, to carry your last wishes into effect and make sure that the money and property you’ve worked your whole life to earn goes to the people or causes that you care about the most.
If you don’t make your wishes known in a legally enforceable will, the law will decide for you. If you have minor children, your will can provide a mechanism for caring for them if something happens to you, providing for their material needs, often through a trust, and nominating a guardian to care for them. Many clients also take the opportunity to prepare powers of attorney for health care and their finances to ensure that their medical wishes are followed and that they can be cared for.
The attorneys at Raihle Law Office S.C. can help you plan for the expected and unexpected. We take a comprehensive approach to assessing your needs and how those needs may change over time.
Medical / healthcare power of attorney
Financial / durable power of attorney
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