We Create ‘Will Packages’ That Are Tailored To Your Needs
Everyone should have an estate plan tailored to specific needs. There are certain tools you will need to adequately protect your assets and accomplish your goals. There may also be ones that you do not need. A properly constructed estate plan can ensure a smooth transition, sparing loved ones unnecessary confusion.
At The Law Offices of Mary T. Hone, PLLC in Scottsdale, our estate preparation services includes will packages. We help you select the proper tools to make clear designations in the event of incapacitation, as well as for the distribution of your assets.
- Last will and testament: Regardless of your income level, you should have a clear will that enables you to determine how your estate will be distributed. If you have minor children, it enables you to designate a guardian of your choice.
- Living will: A living will allows you to dictate how medical decisions are made in the event of your incapacitation. This includes a decision on whether and under what circumstances you may want life-saving treatment.
- Health care power of attorney: Your living will cannot cover every possible situation that could arise. A health care power of attorney allows you to designate a person who will have the legal authority to make decisions on your behalf, regarding your care.
- Durable power of attorney: With this, you can empower a person of your choosing to make financial decisions in your place in the event that you become incapacitated.
- Trusts: A trust is a type of fiduciary arrangement with a trustee. You transfer property prior to death, and a trustee holds your property on behalf of the people you designate as beneficiaries. Trusts can help you avoid probate and tax consequences. There are many types of trusts, which is why you should have a lawyer guide you in making the appropriate choice that will accomplish your goals.
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Please call The Law Offices of Mary T. Hone at 480-336-2557 to schedule your consultation with our attorney. You may also complete our confidential form online, and we will contact you.