Wills and Trusts, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney
Estate and contingency planning can never happen too soon. Having a Will can mean the difference between disposition of your real and personal property, and making arrangements for loved ones, all in accordance with your final wishes; or unnecessary strife and possible litigation between beneficiaries. The same holds true for having in place a Living Will disclosing your requests with respect to quality of life issues; as well as a Power of Attorney to provide assistance should you not wish to, or be able to make decisions on your own.
Attorneys at Griffin Alexander, P.C. can assist you with these needs and ensure that your requests are properly documented.