Wills, Trusts, and Durable Powers of Attorney
Having a comprehensive estate plan is an important way to define how your assets will be distributed upon your death, provide for the guardianship of minor children and ensure that your wishes will be followed should you become incapacitated.
At Gosselin Law, our lawyers will work closely with you to analyze your financial and health care situation and fully understand your personal wishes. Our lawyers will then develop a comprehensive estate plan that may include:
- Last will and testament (including a guardianship for minor children)
- Durable power of attorney
- Living will
- Health care proxy
Our firm can also address any specialized needs you may have, including the creation of revocable or irrevocable trusts, a living trust, tax minimization strategies, elder law challenges, long-term care planning and other estate matters. Once your estate plan is finalized, we will ensure that all necessary documents are executed.
A Personalized Estate Plan for You
Documents such as your will, power of attorney, or trust are more than just pieces of paper. They reflect your values and embody your hopes for your family. Simply copying a template off the Internet will not do. A lawyer at our firm can create personalized instruments that meet your particular needs and that are designed to achieve your specific goals.
When Your Life Changes
After a major event in your life, such as marriage, the arrival of a new child or divorce, you should revisit your estate documents. We can update your estate plan and relevant documents for a reasonable fee.
Contact Gosselin Law today to learn more about our estate law services.
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