Planning for the future with an attorney is one of the most important things that you can do for yourself and your loved ones.

Do you have a writing(s) in place, such as a will, to help family determine your wishes at death and or clarify who will receive what? Do you have a properly prepared plan in place to respond to your unforeseen incapacity or loss of mental faculties for a period of time? Having the appropriate documents prepared will ensure that, in the event of your disability or death, your property and assets will pass to the individuals you choose, when you choose. Such preparation may also spare your family the burden of determining who should speak for you concerning end-of-life medical decisions and or how to distribute your property among loved ones.

We would be happy to work with you in developing such a plan. Doing so should make it easier on your friends and family when you are no longer able to act and more likely that your wishes will be carried out in the manner you choose. To get started, please call 574-534-2167 or submit your case below.