Our clients have peace of mind through the estate planning process. Mr. Mark has extensive experience in re-titling assets and creating sound, comprehensive wills.
Comprehensive legal documents
- Living wills
- Probate wills
- Revisions of wills through codicils
What is a living will?
A living will is a document that addresses important questions such as your preferences for tube feeding, artificial hydration, and pain medication and whether or not you want to be kept on life support if you become terminally ill. A living will becomes effective only when you cannot communicate your desires on your own.
Why do I need a will?
A will is a crucial part of any estate plan that specifies your wishes after your death regarding care of your children, distribution of your assets, and naming executors. Failure to prepare a will means that decisions about your assets, who will manage your estate, and who will act as guardian for your children when you die will be made by your state’s law instead of you.
How can I change my will?
When changes occur in your family, like changes in marital status and assets, you may need to update your will. A will may be changed through the use of a codicil to your existing will or by making a new will.
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