You have made the decision that you should either implement or update your estate plan. For many of us, a basic estate plan consists of a will, durable powers of attorney, powers of attorney for health care decisions and a final directive to physicians.
However, a basic estate does not necessary imply that the estate planning process is simple. Blended families, special need dependents, wealth accumulation, and retirement planning can quickly transform a process that you anticipate will be simple into a complex series of important decisions. We can help guide you through this decision making process and incorporate your decisions into documents that reflect your desires and meet the requirements of state law.
If you would like additional information concerning the basic estate planning documents, please refer to the Core Estate Planning Documentation section in the Library.