Wills, Durable Powers Of Attorney And Advanced Health Directives

A will is a versatile legal document that can provide peace of mind and reduce time, stress and arguments for loved ones. Having a will in place as part of a comprehensive estate plan that includes a financial and medical power of attorney is something everyone benefits from.

Crafting A Comprehensive Will

Getting a custom, tailored will from an experienced attorney at King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, takes less time and costs less than you might think. And the benefits are significant. Going through a fill-in-the-blanks form can lead to errors and may result in a will that does not truly reflect your wishes. And many forms found online are not specific to Ohio law or fail to let you consider all of your options.

Why you need an attorney to help you create a will:

  • Makes certain your wishes are carefully carried out with accuracy
  • Ensures potential disputes or issues are minimized
  • Thinks through options you may not have considered
  • Can help you avoid costly mistakes that may lead to invalidation of your will

Durable Powers Of Attorney

In addition to a will, everyone needs a financial and medical durable power of attorney. These documents allow you to name a trusted individual or institution to take care of your finances and medical decisions in the event you can no longer do so.

Many people have strong beliefs about end-of-life care. Failing to have an advanced health care directive means that your family members may have to guess at exactly what you want, or end up in arguments about the course of action you would have taken.

Without a financial power of attorney, you could be left vulnerable to financial exploitation if you can no longer manage your finances.

Experienced In Will And Estate Plan Drafting

With decades of combined experience, the attorneys at King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, can work with you to determine what documents are right for you and how to tailor those documents to your situation.

Call us today to get started on a path to better peace of mind. Our convenient and comfortable office in Olde Montgomery, Ohio, can be reached at 513-924-4014. Alternatively, you can email us and we will respond with next steps.