Estate Planning Attorney
An Estate Planning Attorney helps an individual strategically plan for life’s most difficult events. At a minimum, a good attorney will explain the purposes and uses of the following documents: Last Will & Testament; Healthcare Power of Attorney; Advance Directive/Living Will; and, Financial Power of Attorney.
When assisting a client with estate planning needs, the attorney does not necessarily need to know the value of assets, but rather will need to know the types of assets owned and the client’s wishes or goals they would like to see fulfilled upon their passing. There is a strategy behind drafting estate planning documents that a client will benefit from by consulting with an experienced estate planning attorney.
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