Estate Planning 2018-06-13T07:02:10+00:00

ESTATE PLANNING

Our goal is to help you create a solid estate plan that will help you ensure your loved ones are protected and kept secure, in the event that you pass away. These necessary documents are meant to solidify the decisions you have made regarding your death and prevent complicates that your loved ones may experience in regards to your assets.

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CREATE A LIVING TRUST

The Law Offices of Brianna Bocian specialize in your San Diego Estate Planning needs. Creating a living trust is one of the most valuable things you can do for your loved ones. Let our law offices help you make a lasting impact on your family and friends. 

The most valuable thing that you can do for your loved ones is to create a living trust, which is something our firm specializes in. You can avoid probate by creating a written agreement that covers you when you are alive, if you become mentally incapacitated, and after death. While this is a great first step, there is still more to do. You must still take your assets and title them in the name of your trust, which we can help you do.

There are several things that you can do on your own to avoid probate, but to protect your loved ones during difficult times, it is best to consult our professional firm for a consultation on how to make sure all your bases are covered. Create a sense of safety and security for your assets and family by preventing probate before it has a chance to happen.

YOUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT

The Law Offices of Brianna Bocian specialize in your San Diego Estate Planning needs. Your final will and testament will be vital for your loved ones. Let our law offices help you make a lasting impact on your family and friends. 

By far the most well known part of your estate plan is your last will and testament. Your last will and testament will appoint control over your assets and guardianship over your children in the event that you pass away. You can also create a trust which will determine who, what, and when they are given control of parts of your assets.

POWER OF ATTORNEY

Having a power of attorney allows someone to make critical legal decisions on your behalf. It also grants them the make finance related decisions.

YOUR HEALTHCARE PLANS

Another crucial aspect of your estate plan is to consider what will happen to your health needs in the case you are unable to make that decision on your own. These forms include documents that will enable your loved ones and healthcare professionals to make decisions on your behalf in the event that you cannot do that for yourself. You can also state how you would like your medical records to be handled and who would be granted access to them. The lack of having these healthcare plans in place will put your loved ones through an arduous task of finding legal means of make these decisions on your behalf, in the courtroom.

GUARDIANSHIP OF MINORS

You can grant temporary guardianship of minors who are under your care. If something were to happen to you, this ensures that your children are being cared for and your children are aware of exactly who will be taking care of them. That way, they don’t have the stress of having to go to court or be caught in a legal battle over their care.

You can also authorize trusted loved ones to make medical decisions for your child in case of emergency. Having this authorization can ensure that your children and other minors under your care will receive prompt and appropriate care, even when you are unable to make that decision for them. Granting these permissions can alleviate the stress of wondering if children will be taken care of.