Estate (legal life) planning is your obligation to your family and loved-ones (a) ifyou become disabled or incapacitated during life, and (b) when you die. It is not for just the rich, famous, and elderly. Everyresponsible (competent) adult who is eighteen (18) years of age and order, should make a "plan", or update and outdated one based on the changes in family circumstances, and in the law. It tells your survivors that you really care about their well-being, even when you cannot be there to help, assist, guide, protect them because of disability or incapacity, and death.
The Edwards' Law Offices offers affordable estate planning , including review and preparation of various types of estate planning documents:
Last Will and Testament
Revocable Living Trust
Durable Property and Financial Power of Attorney
Durable Health Care Power of Attorney
Living Will or Health Care Declaration
See the "Estate Planning" tab for additional information.