ESTATE

PLANNING

For many individuals, making estate planning decisions can be a challenging and sometimes uncomfortable process that raises many questions and concerns. The larger and more complex one’s estate, the more daunting the task may seem.  

At I Sabourin Law Office, we have experience assisting our clients with their estate planning needs. We can provide you with a comfortable forum to contemplate such decisions, and find solutions that leave you with confidence and give you peace of mind.  

We also provide our clients with a holistic approach to estate planning in order to deal with special circumstances not adequately addressed by a Last Will and Testament. Please contact us to find out more information about the estate planning options that would best suit your needs. 

  • Last Will and Testament 

  • Power of Attorney for Personal Care 

  • Continuing Power of Attorney for Property 

  • Other Estate Planning 

Frequently asked questions

Why do I need a Last Will and Testament?


The Last Will and Testament enables you to give instructions to a person you choose as a Estate Trustee/Executor on how your estate will be distributed and how your children or other dependents or loved ones will be taken care of in the event of your death. It can also help minimize the taxes your beneficiaries will have to pay.




Why do I need a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property?


A Continuing Power of Attorney for Property enables you to plan ahead to ensure someone you trust has the power to manage your financial affairs if you are still alive, but unable of managing them yourself. It gives this person, designated as your Attorney, the power to handle such day-to-day tasks, such as: - Paying bills - Filing tax returns - Opening mail - Banking - Talking with accountants and lawyers - Looking after your pets




Why do I need a Power of Attorney for Personal Care?


A Power of Attorney for Personal Care enables you to plan ahead to ensure someone you trust has the power to make decisions regarding your health care and personal matters if you are alive, but unable to make those decisions yourself.