Estate Planning

Establishing an estate plan is important because without proper authority and direction, family members may be forced to make difficult decisions because legal, medical, or financial issues were not anticipated. 

This firm has a great deal of experience drafting the instruments that the client needs to ensure his or her assets are administered according to an appropriate, understandable plan. In addition, the client can be certain that his or her family and medical care providers are informed as to what medical care decisions should be made if the client is unable to communicate.

Susan Harman Scott Estate Planning

Estate Planning Practice Areas

  1. Last Will and Testament
  2. Durable Power of Attorney and Affidavit of Agent
  3. Health Care Power of Attorney
  4. Living Will
  5. HIPAA Release
  6. Digital Release
  7. Statement of Intent to Return Home
  8. Trusts, Including Special Needs Trusts

This firm has a strong background in family law, real property issues, debtor/creditor law, and small business, and is accustomed to analyzing problematic or unusual family and financial situations. It is this firm’s mission to provide comprehensive, practical, and understandable planning to ensure the orderly management of client affairs.