Wills and Estates Planning
It is important to have a will in place to protect your loved ones after you pass away.
This is important for everyone, but it is particularly important following separation.
Wills are not invalidated by separation, so your old will leaving everything to your ex-spouse will still be in place unless you make a new will.
If you do not have a will, your ex-spouse may be able to claim a portion of your estate, or even be appointed as an executor.
We can assist you in making wills. We charge $175 for a single will, and $320 for two wills (couple wills).
We also offer packages including power of attorney and advance care directive documents.
Please contact us to make an appointment.