Ensure your loved ones are taken care of with the proper legal documentation. Remove stress and complications with Heritage Law Offices’ comprehensive estate planning services.
The forms below can be completed in conjunction or separately – complete one, or all three. The team at Heritage Law will contact you for the next steps.
A will is a legal document that lays out your wishes regarding the distribution of your property, wealth, and the care of children, if applicable. A will is your way of making sure that things are handled exactly as you wish after you pass. It protects your spouse, children and assets.
Complete our Will Preparation form and one of our team members will get back to you to book an appointment to review your details.
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Enduring Power of Attorney
A power of attorney continues or takes effect if you become mentally incapacitated.
Complete our Power of Attorney form to start the process of getting this important paperwork done. One of our team members will get back to you to book an appointment to review your details.
More information about power of attorney
- What is a power of attorney?
- What are the types of power of attorney?
- What’s the difference: power of attorney versus executorship
Without a personal directive, a complete stranger could make decisions on your behalf during illness or injury. Thankfully, Heritage Law can guide you through the necessary process to draft your personal directive. Whether temporary or long-term, a personal directive can ensure you have total control over your residence, childcare, legal affairs and more.
Complete our online form to start building your personal directive today.
More information about Personal Directives
If you need a hand with any of the items above, contact our team today.