Prepare your family for anything

Do you have a plan if something happened to you?

Planning for 'just in case'

Making a Will and having other documents executed should be an obligation to you and not just an option. Without a Will or a Power of Attorney, already difficult times can become needlessly complicated for your loved ones. Because we so strongly believe in providing for your loved ones after you are gone and we are committed to providing a great service to this community, we are now offering Wills, Powers of Attorney and Living Wills for very affordable prices.

Your Last Will & Testament $75

Your will is a legally binding document in which you can:

  • Appoint someone to legally take charge of your affairs.

  • Direct who you would like to get your money and property

  • State who you wish to appoint as guardians of any minor children you may have and make provision for their financial security.

  • Plan for and reduce your Inheritance Tax liability.

  • Save your family unnecessary worries at an already difficult time.

It doesn't matter what age you are - you are never too young or too old to make a will.

Power of Attorney $50

There are two major types of Powers of Attorney: ordinary and durable.
An ordinary Power of Attorney is only valid as long as the Principal is capable of acting for him or herself. If the Principal dies or becomes mentally incompetent, the Power of Attorney is invalidated.
A durable Power of Attorney remains valid even if the Principal later becomes mentally incompetent. (Note: the Principal must be competent at the time the Power of Attorney is made.)
In either case, the Power of Attorney becomes invalid when the Principal dies. A Power of Attorney cannot be used to bequeath property upon the death of the Principal.

Living Will $25

A living will is a legal document that a person uses to make known his or her wishes regarding life prolonging medical treatments. It can also be referred to as an advance directive, health care directive, or a physician's directive. It is important to have a living will as it informs your health care providers and your family about your desires for medical treatment in the event you are not able to speak for yourself.