Don’t let the state decide the fate of YOUR estate!
Do you want strangers deciding what will happen with your property after you die?
That’s exactly what will happen if you don’t take steps now to ensure that your loved ones get the inheritance you intended for them to have.
A will is a legal document that states your intent for what you want to happen to your property and personal belongings after you die.
You don’t want just anybody drafting your will. You want a caring professional who will take the time to ensure that your final wishes are memorialized on paper just as you desire.
Ebony M. Turner is that caring professional. She understands that these are sensitive matters that are often best discussed where you feel most comfortable. Therefore, Ms. Turner is happy to meet with you at your home or if circumstances require, at a hospital, nursing home, or other similar facility.
Some other estate planning documents our office handles include:
- Statutory Durable Power of Attorney
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Advanced Directive (living will)
- Do Not Resuscitate Form
At your meeting with an estate planning professional, the following information or documents will be helpful to have with you:
- Deeds to Real Property
- List of Bank Accounts
- Names, addresses, dates of birth of beneficiaries
- Copy of Previously Executed Last Will and Testament
- Life Insurance Policy information
- Retirement Accounts, Stocks, Bonds
- Oil and Gas Royalty Information
If you would like to get the process started, please fill out the intake questionnaire.