Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
Blade & Blade P.A.
Discussing end-of-life issues is never a comfortable topic of conversation. Everyone acknowledges the importance of estate planning, yet over half of the people in the United States have never signed a will, trust, or other estate planning documents.
Without proper estate planning, you’ll have no control over how your possessions are distributed after your death. Your estate can be subject to extra unnecessary court fees, leaving your loved ones with less. And if the unexpected happens, leaving you unable to make your own healthcare decisions, your family will have no guidance from you about your wishes. Not to mention who may take care of your children.
Taking the time to plan now can allow you to protect your family and can give you peace of mind. It’s important for everyone to have an estate plan, no matter your income or property.
We will help you create a Will (or “Last Will and Testament”), a legal document that outlines how you want your possessions distributed and who will become the guardian of any minor children you have.
Living Will or Medical Surrogate:
Durable Power of Attorney:
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5 Reasons Why a Do-It-Yourself Will is a Bad Idea
We’ve all thought about preparing our last will and testament.
Whether it was when you bought your first home or when your first child or grandchild was born, we all want the assurance that our loved ones have financial stability if we are no longer around to take care of them.
The reality is that although we live in an age where it’s easy to get anything from the internet, downloading a simple will template online and drafting it yourself can go terribly wrong.