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      It is quite common to see young couples with children not having a will or financial and healthcare powers of attorney. There is no doubt that it is not a good feeling to prepare for incapacities or death; but having a will or trust will ultimately lessen your worries regarding children, spouse and property should anything happen to you.


      A will allows a person to choose a guardian for his child or name a child or spouse as the heir to their property. A trust is something you can set up so that your children and spouse are taken care of should anything happen to you. 

     Especially if you are a single parent, it is always advisable to have a will so that you can designate a guardian for your child. This will give you peace of mind knowing that your child will be looked after if something happens to you. gives you all the advice and information required to protect your spouse, children and legacy. Even if you do not have children, it is always advisable to have a will and trust, which are important estate planning tools for everyone. has information that will help you set up an estate plan that is best suited for your life and needs.

You will find advice and information on the following at

  • Living Will
  • Power of Attorney
  • Health Care
  • Power of Attorney
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Probate and Estate Administration

        Even if we do not want to accept it, we are getting older each day. Your home and other assets will be protected with the advice you get here so that your family is well taken care of. Our advice will help you with issues that you have control over and will allow you to plan your and your family's future as you get older or should anything happen to you.  




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