Every person should have a Will, a Power of Attorney, and a Living Will/Healthcare Power of Attorney. If you do not and something happens to you, your loved ones can be left with difficult decisions and tasks not only to resolve issues involving your Estate or your sudden incapacitation, but your property may end up where you did not want it to go.
Do your relatives know where you want all of your property to go following your death? Do your relatives know your wishes should you end up on life support hooked up to a machine following an accident or illness?
If these are concerns of yours, contact our office to discuss getting these documents prepared to protect you and your beneficiaries. The cost for us to prepare these documents is less then you think and well worth the peace of mind you will have once they are done.