Planning for your estate is one of the best things that you can do for you and your loved ones as you think about the future. Estate planning ensures that your final wishes are documented and that your family is taken care of once you are gone. The experienced estate planning attorneys at Kryszak Law Firm have been helping clients throughout the Avon area with their estate planning needs and are here to help you solidify your desires for your estate. To learn more about estate planning with a legal professional, call or contact our office today to schedule a free consultation.
Trusted Legal Experts for Your Estate Planning Needs
With over 20 years of legal experience, the team at Kryszak Law Firm has aided many clients throughout Ohio with the creation of their estate plans. Our office has helped create estate plans for simple estates with few assets as well as high net worth estates with complicated financial instruments and a range of assets. We are prepared to answer all legal questions that you may have about creating an estate plan that is best for you and your loved ones. Some of the most common estate planning instruments we draft on behalf of our Avon clients includes the following:
Final Will and Testament: Awill is a document that divides up the assets in your estate to your heirs and beneficiaries after your passing. This includes all real estate, personal property, financial accounts, retirement accounts, collectibles, family heirlooms, and more. You can also name an executor in a will who is responsible for the administration of your estate after your passing.
Power of Attorney: The power of attorney form names a person to make all legal and financial decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated or otherwise unable to make those decisions for yourself. You should only name a person as your power of attorney that you trust with all of your personal affairs.
Living Will: A living will is a document that dictates your wishes for all medical care and treatment. It is utilized only if you are unable to communicate those desires on your own. This document can include everything from which procedures you do or do not want to be performed, what medications you approve of for use, and if you desire it can include a do not resuscitate form. Medical professionals are bound by your medical wishes in a living will.
Healthcare Proxy: A healthcare proxy is similar to a power of attorney but is authorized to make medical decisions on your behalf if you become unable to do so on your own. You should make your medical wishes clear to your healthcare proxy before any medical issues ever arise, and if you have a living will the proxy is bound by that document, as well.
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If you would like to learn more about estate planning in the Avon area, call orcontact the experienced attorneys at Kryszak Law Firm today. Schedule a free consultation with a dedicated legal professional to discuss your estate planning needs.
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