You have heard it before: “Everybody should have a will”. It’s good advice. You should have a will. You should also have a Power of Attorney for Financial Matters and a Medical Power of Attorney so someone can pay your bills and make medical decisions if you are unable to do so.

If you are fortunate enough to have acquired assets so that your estate exceeds five million dollars, you should also have a trust to minimize estate taxes. If you have a child with disabilities or a disabled person you support, you  may need  to create a Special Needs Trust.

Wills and Powers of Attorney are affordable, with costs beginning at $350.00. Special Needs Trusts, Revocable Living Trusts, and Marital Deduction Trusts are more complicated and tailored to your individual needs, with attorneys fees determined on an individual basis.

If you need a Will, don’t wait. Please call and plan your estate so loved ones are not left making decision without knowing exactly what you want. Call (603) 225-2767 or email using the form to your right.