Preparing for Incapacity: The Documents You Need and Traps to Avoid

By Diane B. Weinberg and Loraine M. DiSalvo In the last edition of The Passionate Estate Planner, we discussed the different levels of incapacity an individual can face and how incapacity impacts that person’s ability to sign legal documents. Today, read on

Estate Planning is a Personal Choice

When you work with an attorney, you should expect individualized planning – not online forms – based on your personal situation, your goals and your desires. No matter what level of estate planning or eldercare is needed, we pay careful attention to the details to ensure you receive the most appropriate legal advice and documents designed with your wishes in mind. If you’ve come this far, it is probably time that you scheduled an appointment with one of our attorneys to get all of your questions answered. Simply contact Office Administrator Karrah Speed and she will coordinate the details.

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