Legal Assistance Managing the Affairs of an Elder,
with Oversight from the Court
For Mentally Competent,
But Physically Infirm Adults
The phrase “last will and testament” seems formal and antiquated, but the name tells us something important: it’s literally your last word after you pass.
A will is the way you can tell your family and your friends how you felt about them in life by giving them gifts of your assets after you’re gone. The way you divide things and the people that inherit your possessions is entirely up to you.
It may seem complicated, but don’t worry: we’re here to help.
A last will and testament isn’t the only document you should have. A living will is a way of expressing your wishes in case you are injured or otherwise incapable of telling people what you want. Combined with a medical power of attorney, you can rest assured that what you want to happen will happen even if you aren’t conscious or capable of making the decision at the time.
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Will law can, however, become very complicated, even with relatively simple estates. Sometimes family situations or your wishes might not be straightforward. Even if you feel like you have a comparatively straightforward will, our estate attorneys carefully analyze your wishes and ensure that the language of your last will and testament protects you and your family.
Don’t delay in creating your will. The most important thing you can do is speak with estate attorneys you trust to get the answers you need—attorneys with the experience and the wisdom to help you make the right choice for you and your family.
Post Falls Estate Planning and Probate has your answers. We offer free, personalized consultations to help you understand your options and make the best decision to ensure that what you want is preserved even after you’re gone.
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Estate Planning & Probate
3365 East Quad Park Court
Post Falls, ID 83854