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Comprehensive estate planning typically includes documents to protect an individual’s interests during his or her lifetime as well as documents to ensure that his or her wishes will be carried out after his or her death. If you have questions about powers of attorney or other estate planning tools, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with an estate planning lawyer.

If there is nobody with legal authority to manage your assets and your affairs, someone will have to petition the probate court to be appointed your conservator. This is an expensive and public process. The conservator has to make periodic accountings to the court and often has to obtain a bond in order to be able to serve. And, if you have not made an estate plan, you have no say in who will be appointed your conservator.

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