Estate Planning

Providing for you and your loved ones

  • Last Will & Testament
  • Revocable Trusts
  • Power of Attorney for Health Care 
  • Power of Attorney for Finances
  • Beneficiary Deeds
  • Non-probate Transfers 
  • Probate Administration

Estate Planning for Families and Individuals

  • Create a plan to provide for your spouse and children
  • Exercise your personal choice by appointing a guardian or conservator that you know and trust
  • Title your estate assets so that they are ready and available when needed
  • Learn about the different means and methods to provide for yourself and your loved ones 

Counseling and planning to meet your personal family circumstances and future needs; and other important considerations

  • Learn what the probate process entails and whether it would be advantageous for you to avoid a public probate of your estate.
  • Plan for the management of your affairs and estate in case of incapacity and at the time of death.
  • Planning reduces the expense of the administration of your estate.
  • Planning reduces the potential for disputes at the time of your death.

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Donald P. Woodell, Attorney at Law