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An important consideration, especially when your domestic situation changes, is the need to protect your family and your assets, in the event of your death or disability. Whether you are facing new beginnings through marriage, pregnancy, assisted reproduction, adoption, or regrouping after divorce or a death in the family, it is critical that your estate documents are set up to protect those you love.
Every family should have a will, health care directive, durable power of attorney, and if there are minor children, proper custodian forms to insure continuity of care for children in the event of death/incapacity of the parent(s). Families and individuals also should consider other planning options such as testamentary or living trusts. Beneficiary designations and other non-probate options are also available to allow you to pass your assets outside the will, and should be used in conjunction with your other planning tools.
Attorney Gay B. Clapp assists clients with all aspects of estate planning. Gay works to help her clients put in place the necessary documents that allow them and their loved ones to feel secure and avoid conflict.