Estate Planning Attorney

Estate Planning: Will & Power of Attorney

An estate plan, at a minimum, should include a well-drafted will, a medical power of attorney, or durable power of attorney and a directive to physician. In addition, any company that is owned by two or more people should have a buy-sell agreement in place.

Estate Planning and Business Continuation Service

Business continuation and estate planning services include: testamentary children’s trust advice, durable powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney, business continuation alternatives, wills, buy-sell agreements, directives to physician, and creative solutions to unique issues.

Practical Advice from a Business Attorney

Once your documents are prepared and properly executed, Mills Firm PLLC will advise you about practical matters such as whom to give copies to, where to keep them, and what to do if you ever want to change them.

Experienced Attorney in Estate Planning

Mills Firm PLLC can also help you get organized with a Personal Financial Inventory so you  can quickly and easily find important documents when you need them. Samuel A. Mills will ask the right questions to help you think through the issues and make sure that each document addresses your particular needs and wishes.