Estate Planning is the practice of law that assists people in disposing of their property at death, while attempting to minimize taxation and other adverse consequences of the probate system. In Estate Planning, an attorney will prepare a Will, which is a written testament indicating how property will be distributed at one's death. Additionally, a General Power of Attorney and an Advanced Healthcare Directive (Living Will) are drafted indicating personal desires with regard to business decisions during periods of incapacity and end stage medical decisions.
All of these documents are very important and everyone should consult an attorney with regard to these types of issues.
For a reasonable flat fee, Ms. Trayer can prepare these documents.