Wills and Estates


Making a will about your worldly possessions and how they are to be distributed once you are gone, is as important as earning money and investing it during your lifetime.

A person’s will is a written document that sets out the person’s wishes about how his or her estate should be taken care of and distributed after death. It takes effect when the person dies.

A power of attorney is a legal document, often referred to as a “POA”, that gives someone else the right to act on your behalf while you are alive.

In addition, having a power of attorney in place for property and personal care lets your attorney manage your property and personal care wishes, if you are not able to do so, while you are alive.

Our law firm will help you for the above and provides the following services:
1)Preparation of an individual will
2)Preparation of mirror wills for couples
3)Continuing Power of attorney for property
4)Power of attorney for personal care
5)Will Probate

We provide government certified, impartial interpreters if one is needed for communicating with the testator.
We will also visit clients’ homes, if the client is unable to come to our office for instructions and signing.