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Every adult needs an estate plan - when planning for the future we must plan for the possibility of death or disability. One of the most loving and important things an adult can do is provide clear direction to guide loved ones in the event of an accident or illness.

Do you want a stranger from the court system deciding who will make decisions about your medical care if you cannot speak for yourself? Do you want to choose the person to make decisions on your behalf? Do you have any special mementos you want to give to someone if you die suddenly? As a parent, do you know who will be guardian for your child if you are unable to be there? A basic estate plan is not expensive.

Estate planning is one of the best ways to plan for your family's future. What is the best estate plan for you and your family? It depends upon your particular needs and goals. Our most basic estate planning package includes a last will and testament, durable power of attorney, advance care plan, and appointment of healthcare agent.

Planning for the incapacity and disability of adult family members can be very stressful on one's family members. You may find yourself asking many of these questions:

  • What legal documents do we need?
  • Who should we name as power of attorney?
  • Do we need a living will?
  • How will we have access to the medical records?
  • Who will pay the bills?
  • Do we need to change the will or deed?

We Have The Experience You Need

Keeton & Perry, PLLC., has experience assisting clients in working through family issues, determining the best people to be named as agents under the powers of attorney, and quickly and efficiently preparing all the necessary legal documents.

We will work with you to develop a custom tailored estate plan that protects, preserves, and passes on all that you have worked so hard to acquire.
Having an estate plan can accomplish several goals, including:

  • Minimize Taxes
  • Document Your Wishes
  • Prevent Family Disputes
  • Establish A Neutral Administrator
  • Provide For Your Loves Ones
  • Establish a Guardian for Minor Children

A basic estate plan is not expensive. Contact Keeton & Perry, PLLC. to discuss your needs with an attorney.

Set Up A Consultation

Keeton & Perry, PLLC. invites you to contact us to set up an initial consultation or to answer any questions you may have in the listed above legal matters.

We can be reached by phone at 931-450-3551 or by filling out the form on our contact page.