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During your free planning session, our trusted Arcadia estate planning attorneys will show you the best way to plan for your future and protect your family.
An Estate Plan Will Protect Your Family
If you want to protect your loved ones, help them avoid probate, and prevent family inheritance issues, you need an estate plan. Whether it's a trust, will, power of attorney, advance health care directive, or other legal document, our experienced Arcadia estate planning lawyers are here to guide you step-by-step to make estate planning as easy and painless as possible.
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The Basics of Estate Planning
Name an executor, select the beneficiaries of your assets, and assign a guardian for your minor children.
A LIVING TRUST
Ensure that all your assets are managed and passed on according to your wishes, without the headache of probate.
AN ADVANCE HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVE
Designate an agent to make your medical decisions and provide care in the event that you are hospitalized.
A POWER OF ATTORNEY
Appoint someone as your attorney-in-fact to handle your finances and make your legal decisions should you become incapacitated.
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