Regardless of your age or the net worth of your assets, everyone should have a will for the minimum purposes of appointing an executor to administer your wishes when you die, to specifically distribute your assets to individuals and/or institutions, and to appoint a guardian if you have minor children. A living will also ensures your healthcare wishes are followed should you become incapacitated. With the help of our attorney, your estate plan will minimize the taxes that are otherwise inevitable when passing on your assets.
Many seniors find themselves in need of long term care without warning. After a traumatic life event, they may not be in a position to make decisions about what kind of care they need or how to pay for it. These decisions are best made while your elder family member can participate in the process and appoint a Durable Power of Attorney. Dan Flebotte's decades of experience protecting the rights of the elderly in our community will help your family navigate this complicated and challenging process.