Completing effective estate planning documents should be part of everyone’s life plan. At its core, estate planning encompasses a will, setting forth how and to whom one wants to leave assets after death; a power of attorney, empowering another person to make financial decisions; and a medical power of attorney/living will, designating another person to make medical decisions in the event of incapacity, as well as expressing wishes for end-of-life care. That “core” estate planning expands as the situation warrants — as families grow, as assets are acquired, as new families form. To that end, the lawyers of Gawthrop Greenwood assist clients with the following:

  • Simple wills
  • Revocable trusts
  • Contingent minor’s trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Planning for second marriages
  • Asset protection trusts
  • Exercise of powers of appointment over long-term trusts
  • General powers of attorney
  • Advance health-care directives

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