Wills / Power of Attorney
No matter your age, it is important to plan what will happen to your estate. Often times, estate planning is thought of as something reserved for only the wealthy. This is actually quite untrue.
Estate refers to your property, inheritance, and assets, and planning who inherits this property is extremely important. A will is part of that planning, which speaks to how your property will be distributed. If a person does not have a will to distribute their estate, it will be distributed based on a formula known as “intestacy law,” which does not consider the individual’s special needs.
Power of Attorney (POA) is another important document that allows an individual to carry out the wishes of an individual. This document outlines the specific “powers” that the agent is able to carry out on your behalf, including their responsibilities and financial obligations.
At Zamborsky & Zamborsky, we are prepared to guide you in writing your will, choosing an heir, and delegating POA. We can help you make the best decision for you and your family so that you will not have to worry about your future.