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Estate Planning

No matter the size or complexity of your estate, the attorneys at Revolution Law Group are available to help you reach your estate planning goals. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to advise you in your decision regarding which documents you need to best meet your needs in the simplest possible manner. The following are common documents used in the estate planning process:

Healthcare Power of Attorney

The Healthcare Power of Attorney allows you to give permission for someone else to make medical decisions for you in the event that you are unable to make those decisions on your own.
Financial Power of Attorney

The Financial Power of Attorney allows you to give permission for someone else to handle your financial affairs if you are unable to perform those duties.

Will

The most common document used in estate planning is the Will. A person’s will outlines the person’s wishes regarding disposition of his or her assets upon death. There are other requests that can be included in a will, and our attorneys are available to help you decide which, if any, of those requests should be included in your will.

Revocable Living Trust

A Trust is a separate legal entity that can be used in several ways for estate planning purposes, including incapacity planning and, in some cases, being used instead of a will. A Trust can legally own assets, and because of this is a very useful tool in estate planning. Our attorneys are experienced in the use of the trust in estate planning and are here to assist you with your trust needs.

Contact Revolution Law today for a consultation regarding your Will or Estate Planning and Administration.