Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorneys and Living Wills are together referred to as testamentary documents (e.g.“Last Will and Testament”). While one of these will only have a limited effect, in the right combination these testamentary documents are a powerful tool in your life planning.
Powerful Estate Planning Tools
Recent developments in the law have increased the power of these documents to be useful tools while you are still alive. Financial and health management through reallocation of resources and appointment of representatives allow you to prepare for possible life changes, protecting those you love. Testamentary documents give your representatives legal authority to make decisions to benefit you and your family when you are no longer able to do so.
Testamentary Documents are Not One Size Fits All
But not everything works for everyone and testamentary documents are not a “one size fits all”. A personal conversation with an experienced attorney to review who and what is important to you will allow you to choose the best testamentary documents to achieve your goal: protecting those you love.
Contact Kim Lengert to Create Your Testamentary Documents
If you need information about testamentary documents or require assistance creating them, reach out to Attorney Kim Lengert today. Kim will listen to you and help you determine what is appropriate to protect your family.