There are many reasons a person may pass on without a will, whether it be an unexpected loss or a task they put off. It is something everyone should make time for. In Adams County, Wisconsin, having a will is vital to ensure your family and final wishes are carried out to your wishes.
When creating a will, some issues that should be taken into consideration are directing your assets, appointing guardians for your children, and declaring who will manage your property. In addition to estate planning, a power of attorney should also be appointed.
A power of attorney is there to help make difficult decisions should you not be able to. If there is an accident, leaving you unable to consent to medical treatment or direct doctors on your behalf, a power of attorney will be your voice.
Speaking with an attorney will ensure that all documents and matters are in order. It is never advised that your loved ones have to guess what you would have wanted to happen to everything that you worked hard for in life.
Our estate planning lawyers offer a personalized, client-centered approach to planning your estate. We welcome calls and visits to our office, at no-cost to you, allowing you to make informed decisions about your future, stress-free. Contact us today online or by telephone at 608-254-9589 to prepare for your future.
Southworth & Stamman, LLC.