Attorneys Handling Wills And Trusts In St. Paul
Recent news has highlighted the need for people to put their final affairs in order and make their wishes known before it is too late. If you should die or become unable to make financial and medical decisions for yourself, you need to know that your family will not be burdened with difficult and emotional questions.
Offices in Oakdale, Far From the Downtown Maze
The has established a reputation in the Twin Cities area for our compassionate, understanding, and helpful legal services in the area of estate planning, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care directives (“living wills”). We are located on Saint Paul’s east side in Oakdale, Minnesota, and easy to get to for people who want to avoid the maze of downtown streets. Complete our will intake form and call us at 888-556-3551 as soon as you can to make sure your decisions will be known and respected.
Health Care Directives; Living Wills
Our attorneys are very knowledgeable and skilled in the area of health care directives, or “living wills.” A health care directive spells out your values and goals about your health care should you ever be incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself. With a health care directive, there will be much less heartbreaking confusion for your spouse or family members.
Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney
Likewise, your estate plan should include a will and a durable power of attorney to protect your financial assets. We can prepare an estate plan for you that can shield your estate from unnecessary taxes and make sure more of your accumulated wealth makes it to your heirs. We can help make sure your financial wishes are known and carried out should you lose the ability to do so yourself.
Contact Our Lawyers For Skilled Estate Planning Assistance
The is not an intimidating, high-priced downtown law firm; it is a calm and comforting place for people to get their problems solved. Please call our helpful attorneys at 888-556-3551 or contact us online for your estate planning and probate needs.