How do I get a Will/Power of Attorney/Living Will/Health Care Surrogate?

The first step to getting any estate planning document(s) such as a Will, Power of Attorney, Living Will, and/or Health Care Surrogate is to call our office and schedule a free hour-long consultation with our experienced Attorney, Karen Estry. During this consultation, Ms. Estry will make note of your situation and what you hope to gain from this experience as well as provide a packet for you to fill out the specifics of your desires. Once we know exactly how to prepare your document(s), we will send them to you for review. If all is in order, the final step is to execute said documents at a final appointment. You will have a chance to read and review your documents again before signing, which takes place before two witnesses and a notary, provided by our office. At the end of the appointment, you will leave with the original document(s) and a copy.