Probate, Wills, & Trusts
No one likes to think about being incapacitated or dying. Many avoid taking care of a will or Power of Attorney because it forces them to think about the possibilities and sometimes have difficult conversations. However, ignoring this area until it is too late causes unnecessary angst for those dealing with the emotional issues of your disability or passing. We encourage everyone to look out for your family by considering a General Power of Attorney, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Living Will and possibly a Trust. These do not have to be incredibly complicated documents, but they should be overseen by someone trained in this area. The attorneys at Brush & Lanning are prepared to explain, discuss and prepare all of these documents that will allow your family to be prepared for any emergency and give you and your loved ones more peace of mind.