Thinking about how your assets will be distributed upon your passing or who may care for your child in the unlikely event that you pass is usually not something that anyone wants to consider. If you do not make your plan, the court will distribute your assets and decide who cares for your children without your input. The question is: Do you want to decide who cares for your children and who gets your assets upon your passing, or do you want someone who you never met to make that decision? The Law Office of Daniel C. Clark will look at each individual situation and take a comprehensive approach to ensure that your assets are taken care of when you cannot.
A last will and testament or a living trust could be one of the most important documents you ever create. This will distribute your assets as you see fit and protect your estate for future generations, as opposed to the court deciding how to distribute your estate on your behalf. You can also indicate with whom your children will live and be raised by in the event that you pass.
A durable power of attorney for health care names a person (Agent) who will make health decisions on your behalf if you are not capable of making those decisions. You will set out a specific set of instructions regarding your health care and your Agent will be responsible for carrying out those wishes.
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