Wills, advance directives, powers of attorney, trusts, and more
Having an estate plan is more than simply drafting a will or a trust. There is much more to this important process to make certain all of your assets are transferred seamlessly to your heirs upon your incapacitation or passing.
- Wills and trusts
- Healthcare power of attorney
- Durable power of attorney
- Beneficiary designations
Having a current will is a good place to begin, but it's only the beginning.
A successful estate plan also includes provisions allowing your family members to access or control your assets and make important financial and health care decisions should you become unable to do so yourself.
Let Seaside Attorneys take care of all of your estate planning needs for true peace of mind. Your loved ones will appreciate it more than you know.