Without a Will, the laws of the state in which you live will determine how your estate is distributed, and that frequently is different from what you would have wanted.

A health care proxy and power of attorney can save your family untold hours of grief and legal expense should you become incapacitated, because these documents can avoid the necessity of a guardianship proceeding in court.

Our office works closely with Henry D. Gartner, an attorney who concentrates his practice in the areas of wills and estates. You may call him at 849-0021 to determine what is involved. Making a will, health care proxy, and power of attorney is one of the wisest investments of your life and after.

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