When you are prepared for the worst, you can spend the rest of your energy being your best. 

We all have people in our lives that we care about. Whether those people are your parents, grandparents, children, siblings, friends or neighbors, we worry about what would happen to them if something happened to us. 

Estate planning is about piece of mind.

Health Care Directive

You need a Health Care Directive to tell the people who care about you, what type of health care you would like when you can not speak for yourself.

Power of Attorney

You need a Power of Attorney to take care of your financial obligations for you, if you cannot manage them yourself.


You need a Will if you are an adult, if you own property or if you have children. Having a Will does not keep your loved ones out of court, but it will let them know what you would like done with your property when you are no longer here.


A Trust may be appropriate for you in various situations. There are several different types of Trusts, but are particularly useful if you want to care for minors or a loved one with special needs.