You take care of your loved ones every day. What will happen when you can't be their protector and caretaker? Planning for what will happen after you pass away is one of the most important gifts you can give your loved ones. Your plan should be tailored to your needs and should adapt as your life changes. At Eastwood Law we want to help you make these important decisions with the best information and estate planning tools available. You will rest easy knowing that your family will be taken care of when you are no longer around to do it yourself.
A will is the most common tool for making sure that your affairs are in order and your family protected. Wills are fairly straightforward documents, but there are some pitfalls that can cause problems that you might not know about until it's too late. Wills are good for those who have few assets and are mostly concerned with the inheritance of family heirlooms, custody of children, and other basic matters. Contact us today to get your will drafted.
Trusts can do everything a will does and more. Trusts are more robust estate planning documents that protect assets, like real estate, larger investments, or businesses, and provide for quick and simple transfers of ownership after you pass away - all directed exactly as you want it to be. Trusts can be ideal, economic solutions for many people. Contact us today to see if a trust is right for you.
Power of Attorney/Health Care Directive
At Eastwood Law, we can help you craft all of the documents you need to make sure your family is able to deal with your affairs efficiently and with minimal hassle.
A power of attorney allows a trusted loved one to handle your affairs if you are incapacitated. A health care directive gives you the opportunity to instruct your loved ones and your doctors how you want medical decisions to be made.
Don't leave these things to the courts to decide. Contact us today to have all of these important documents created for you.