Wills / Trusts / Estates

Estate planning is an important process that involves your family, your property, and your assets. It also can help you and your family's future needs in case you become unable to care for yourself or your family. Whether your estate is large or small you can benefit from proper estate planning.

You should designate someone to manage your assets and make health care and personal care decisions for you if you ever become unable to do so for yourself. All estates should also focus on who will get your money, real estate and personal property after your death, and who should manage your estate, pay your last debts, and handle the distribution of your assets. Also, if you have minor children, a guardian and/or trustee should be appointed to manage your child's assets upon your death.

A basic estate plan may include the use of any of the following documents:

  • Revocable Living Trust and Pour Over Will
  • Will with or without testamentary trust
  • Living Will
  • Healthcare Power of Attorney
  • Durable Power of Attorney

The Law Offices of Griffin & Associates can advise you and draft those necessary estate documents to give you and your family peace of mind.

Attorneys:  Eileen H. Griffin