• Will — A will tells your loved ones how you want your assets handled upon your death.
  • Advance medical directive — An advance medical directive gives someone of your choosing the authority to tell your physicians and medical providers how you wish to be treated in the event you are unable to make your own health care decisions.
  • Power of attorney — A durable power of attorney gives another individual the authority to manage your affairs.

In the event you are unable to make the decisions necessary to manage your personal business, your agent appointed in your durable power of attorney can make them for you.

Contact our office for a consultation about setting up your estate. You may be surprised at how affordable it will be to have this protection and peace of mind.

Contact Robert L. Isaacs, P.C.

For more information, contact my law office at 804-728-0228. Robert L. Isaacs, P.C., is conveniently located by all major highways.