Will, Power of Attorney, and Directive to Physician Preparation in Bryan/College Station, Texas and surrounding counties.
Deciding how to dispose of your assets can be difficult and can have far reaching effects. The time to take care of these very important matters is now, otherwise, your loved ones may end up at odds with one another trying to decide what you would have wanted. Or, your assets will be disposed of by a court according to intestate law.
Get the help you need with a Will from an estate planning professional at The Law Office of Rod Mitchell, PLLC:
- Direct who will raise your children (guardians of the person)
- Direct who will make financial decisions on behalf of your children (trustees of your assets on behalf of your children)
- Who will receive particular assets: your home, wedding ring and other jewelry, guns, vehicles, etc.
- Who will receive the rest of your estate and how will it be divided
Medical Powers of Attorney designate who will make medical decisions for you in case you are incapacitated.
Statutory Durable Powers of Attorney designate who will handle your assets and financial decisions in case you are incapacitated.
Directive to Physician (also called a Living Will) directs whether or not you will be kept on life support when you have a terminal or irreversible condition.
Call The Law Office of Rod Mitchell, PLLC today to discuss your needs! We are local and will give your family the competent and personal attention you deserve.