Wills and Powers of Attorney

A Will clearly defines plans for the division of your assets, including any entitlements that may follow from your insurance policies and trust assets. Your Will may also make provisions for care arrangements for your dependents.

A Power of Attorney specifies who will make decisions on your behalf if you are not able to. We can advise you on different Powers of Attorney such as general, medical, financial and guardianship.

These documents are extremely important to ensure your wishes are carried out when you are unable to express them. Clearly drafted Wills and Powers of Attorney allow you to make the decisions you want and look after those you care about.

Take control of your decisions and look after those that matter. If you do not have an up-to-date Will or Power of Attorney, Nevin Lenne Gross can assist you in preparing these documents to ensure that your affairs are in order.

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