Documents Available through My Office...
(and the reasons why you need them):
Last Will and Testament
- Allows you to direct which people will get what money and property when you die
- Directs custody of minor children you leave behind
- Limits access to the estate until the children are born
If you have minor children or grandchildren but no will,
you are guilty of parental malpractice. - USA Today
Listen to Eric's Podcast about Estate Planning
(Health Care)/Power of Attorney
- Allows your parents to give you the power to take care of their financial and other business for them when they can't
- Allows you to make medical decisions for them, converse with doctors on their behalf, etc.
- Allows you to make your own decisions in advance and in writing about whether you want to be kept alive indefinitely by artificial means if you are vegetative.
Do you have questions or do you want to make an appointment in this area?
Call me at 803 787-2167 or use my contact form.