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Wills and Estate Planning

Creating a plan for end-of-life events isn't easy, but is necessary. Matter Law Office will help you prepare for such events by talking over the available options.

Last Will and Testament
A Last Will and Testament will determine where your assets go after your death. It states who receives your property, in what amounts and when they receive them.
Durable Power of Attorney (Medical)
A Durable Power of Attorney (Medical) will appoint someone you trust to make medical decisions on your behalf if you’re unable to do so.
Probate is the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person. A probate is the process of proving that a person's Last Will and Testament is valid.
Durable Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney gives the person or persons you name the legal power to handle your financial affairs if you’re unable to do so. 
Living Will
A Living Will is a statement of your wishes for the life-sustaining medical intervention you want, or don’t want, in the event you become terminally ill with little or no expectation of recovery.
A Trust is a relationship where you entrust assets to a person or organization, known as the Trustee. The Trustee’s job is to manage the assets on your behalf. A trust can be stated in your lifetime or in your Last Will and Testament.
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