As this question moves its way up to the top Google searches of the day, we couldn't help but chime in. Valentine's Day is about love, commitment and lots of chocolate. There's no better way to communicate your love and commitment than to finally put your estate planning affairs in order.
Estate planning is an opportunity to protect your loved ones in the event of your illness, disability or death, to help create a sense of security, and to let your loved ones know now how much you care about them by giving them peace of mind.
Not married? This is still a great way to show your love and commitment to others. Regardless of your relationship status, you may have loved ones you want to protect and provide for, fur babies to consider, charities that you support, and more.
Most estate plans include a Will, General Power of Attorney, Medical Power of Attorney and Living Will, but may include other documents as estate planning is specific to each client. We can work together to put together an estate plan that makes sense for you.
We don't want you to get in trouble though so we strongly recommend that you buy the flowers and and the fancy dinner too. We'll provide the chocolate!
Happy Valentine's Day!