Thinking about the end of one’s life is an intimidating prospect, but it is everyone’s responsibility to plan ahead. If you die without a will, your money and property will be transferred to the state of New York. If you are physically incapacitated and thus unable to consent to medical care, a battle can commence between your loved ones and medical personnel over which routes to take. If you begin to suffer from a degenerative mental condition and cannot make decisions about your finances, your relatives, friends, and professional acquaintances may each vie for the role to make choices on your behalf. Estate planning is truly essential, and to help Western New York plan for its future, our office is offering a limited-time package deal. In the video below, Buffalo estate planning attorney Randy Gugino discusses our exclusive estate planning legacy folder offer, which expires on September 30.
Randy Gugino’s $350 Estate Planning Legacy Folder
My office is offering a healthcare proxy, a will, a living will, and a power of attorney all in a legacy folder, at a cost of only $350. This is a limited-time offer that expires soon.
A will allows you to establish to whom you want your assets to go so that the state will not make those decisions for you. As part of your will, you can appoint an executor, a guardian for any children you may have, and trustees for the assets of certain beneficiaries of your will, such as children or disabled adults.
A healthcare proxy is a person whom you designate to make health-related decisions on your behalf in the event that a doctor believes that you are incapacitated and not able to make these decisions yourself. Attached to the healthcare proxy is a living will, which sets forth certain things that you do not want to happen in the event that a doctor is prescribing health-related measures that you do not feel are appropriate.
The fourth document that you need is the power of attorney, which helps you to designate individuals to take care of your financial affairs if you are incapacitated. Our package includes the will, the healthcare proxy, the living will, and the power of attorney, all together in the legacy folder that we have assembled.
If you or a loved one is interested in creating an estate planning legacy folder, contact our office today to take advantage of this limited time offer. We have been assisting Buffalo area residents with all aspects of wills, trusts, and estate planning since 1980.