Estate Planning Solutions
- A will: Having a will in place will give your surviving loved ones clear direction as to how you want your wealth and assets divided after death.
- Powers of attorney: A power of attorney gives a trusted person decision-making authority over financial or medical issues if you cannot make decisions for yourself.
- An advance health care directive: These legal orders allow you to specify what types of medical treatment you do or do not want to receive if you become incapacitated and cannot express your wishes.
Failure to properly address estate planning issues now can leave your loved ones vulnerable to disputes, unnecessary taxes and other liabilities. Attorney Keith Horner is here to guide you through the legal process so that you have these critical documents in place.
Call Us For Tailor-Made Estate Planning Services
We will work with you personally to craft an estate plan that is uniquely suited to the needs of your family. To arrange your initial consultation with an experienced Delaware estate planning lawyer, call us at 302-483-7285 or contact us online.