Wills, Trusts, Healthcare Surrogate, Power of Attorney, Living Will
Estate Planning is often a topic of difficult conversation among family members. Regardless of age the potential for unexpected death or injury exists. Thus, a well thought out plan ahead of time makes it easier for survivors to overcome the emotional issues of loss and manage through the changes taking place.
"Mr. Nelson, No one wants to talk about their own death but you explained everything and answered all of the questions. Thank you for making the creation of our Wills so comfortable."
Wills and Trusts
Everyone needs a Will. Why? To simplify the process of decision making for survivors. If there is not will then one is said to have died intestate and the state will use statutory provisions to make decisions as to the disposition of property. However, planning ahead of time can ensure assets are disposed of as desired. If minor children are involved such careful planning becomes more paramount.Young parents are encouraged to designate guardians for their children should something happen to both parents simultaneously and provisions made for the children’s’ support with life insurance or other assets. Attorney John R. Nelson can ask the questions needed and provide the legal counsel to draft your Will and prepare Trust documents.
The Law Office of John R. Nelson, P.A. meets your legal needs by offering practice in the following areas:
Wills and Living Trusts
Trusts and Guardianship for Minors
Durable Powers of Attorney
Health Care Directives
Trust and Probate Court Administration