Life is unpredictable, but that doesn’t eliminate the need to plan for the future. Estate planning is a way to plan for yourself and your family by stating your wishes and making them known through proper legal documentation. Healthcare directives will tell medical staff or a designated person what your wishes are in case you become incapacitated. These are some of the things that you can do to assure that your wishes and instructions will be followed in the event that you are unable to make your own decisions or you pass away. Baker Vicchiollo Law attorneys can help you establish:
- Basic Will
- Contingent Trust Will
- Healthcare Directive
- Power of Attorney
With the help of an experienced Minnesota estate planning attorney, you can secure your future and the future of your family, including the ability to determine how you want assets distributed and designate your wishes as to guardianship of minor children if you pass away before they reach the age of maturity.
UPDATING YOUR EXISTING ESTATE PLAN
If you already have an estate plan, it is important to update it as your life changes. A Will or other document that has become outdated could be challenged. When new property is acquired, wishes change, new beneficiaries need to be added or taken away, or relationship status changes, updating your will or healthcare directives is important.
With the help of an attorney from Baker Vicchiollo Law, you can ensure that the plan remains accurate and current so it can be carried out in the way that you intended.
CONTACT A MINNEAPOLIS ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY
Securing your future means making decisions for yourself instead of the state making them for you, or family members left to determine your wishes in the unfortunate event that you become incapacitated. Including what happens to your assets after you pass away. There are many decisions to be made and issues to be considered to secure your future and our attorneys can help. Call Baker Vicchiollo Law today at 952-405-2050 or complete our contact form to request a free 45-minute consultation.