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The primary considerations that form the basis of most Wills have not changed for several centuries. An important benefit for your children and loved ones (beneficiaries) is to ensure that your Estate is uncomplicated.  This necessitates a careful drafting of  your Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, and Health Care Directives.

While basic principles remain consistent, the law that applies to completing an Estate or the Administration of an Estate (where no Will exists) has become more complicated. When Estate planning, our office considers obligations towards loved ones and family members, real property owned by individuals or married (or unmarried) couples and all Estate assets. Circumstances in life change frequently and we routinely review Wills,  Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Directives to ensure the wishes of our clients are completed through their Estates.

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