Legal Planning For Incapacity In Washington State
Posted Jan 29, 2013
By Washington State Estate Planning & Probate Lawyer Matthew J. Cruz
Have you considered what you would do if you were not able to handle your own affairs due to injury, illness, or mental condition? There are several legal options available to you including Durable Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney, what is sometimes called a Living Will or Directive to Physicians in addition to various types of trusts.
Preparing for this event is known as “Incapacity Planning.” We have prepared an explanation of the common terms associated with Incapacity planning called “Legal Planning for Incapacity Explained.”
Contact Beresford Booth for your Estate Planning and Probate legal needs. Our Estate Planning & Probate Group, led by Matthew J. Cruz, looks forward to serving you and your family.
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