Wills and trusts allow you to legally record your final wishes for your family once you’re gone. A trust allows you to set aside funds under the control of a trustee, while a will allows you to leave instructions for dividing your assets between beneficiaries. A will can also allow you to give your loved ones a few final words of encouragement as they grieve.
Power of attorney documents protect you while you are still alive, and help your family carry out your plan. The Northwest Elder Law Center has helped countless clients in the Kennewick, WA area create their wills and trusts, and we can help you, too.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation. We’ll do everything we can to help you get your affairs in order.
Drafting your will or trust might be the last thing on your mind, but you shouldn’t wait to start the process. Here’s why:
If something happens to you unexpectedly, your family could be left fighting over your assets.
Once you’ve drafted your will or trust, it will be easier for you to make changes later on.
Having a comprehensive plan can protect you if you have a stroke, a broken hip, or begin to suffer from dementia.
To learn more about the benefits of wills and trusts, call 509-537-0453 now. Our office is in Kennewick, WA, but we will work with clients in Richland, Pasco, and Walla Walla.