A good will clearly expresses what should happen with your assets when you die, but it also does much more. It names the people you trust to protect your children and other family members. It allows you to plan ahead for the unexpected. It helps your family avoid conflict and litigation. It clearly sets limits and grants powers to make sure the people you trust will understand and carry out your wishes.
A carefully crafted will allows everything to be simple when that gets the job done, and has strong back-up to handle unexpected and complicated situations. Jamie believes in plain talk and works hard to make her documents readable and understandable. She uses wisdom gained from years of experience to ask the right questions so she can really understand your wishes, your family and your assets. She uses this information to help you plan ahead to avoid problems.
Along with a will, Jamie prepares medical powers of attorney and living wills so your wishes about health care treatment are known, documented, and respected. She writes financial powers of attorney to protect you and your loved ones in case of disability. Together a will, medical power of attorney, living will and financial power of attorney form a strong, comprehensive plan for you and your family in the event of disability or death.