Helping You Plan For Your Future
Everyone can benefit from some level of preparation for the future when it comes to estate planning. For most people, that kind of planning includes developing a will and appointing a power of attorney. Taking this small step into estate planning can be enough to give you the security net you need to protect your wishes in the future.
At Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill Co., LPA, we have more than 30 years of experience representing the needs of clients across Ohio. We know how overwhelming preparing for your future can feel, and we want to be there for you to answer our questions and create a plan you can depend on.
What Does A Will Do?
A will is a legal document that you can use to move your assets from your estate to a beneficiary upon your passing. Common assets that are transferred in these situations include money, real estate, vehicles, collectibles, valuables and heirlooms. We can help you develop a will that reduces any opportunity for contestation so that your belongings reach your intended beneficiaries.
What Does A Power Of Attorney Do?
When you are not able to act on your own behalf due to injury, illness or anything else, a Power of Attorney can stand in your place to represent your best interests. You can appoint someone you trust to manage your business affairs, oversee specific acts, and act on your behalf when you need someone to uphold your wishes. Our lawyers can help you better understand your unique needs and who is the right person to be your Power of Attorney.
We Can Help You Start Planning
If you want to be sure that you are protecting your best wishes when you are ill, injured or deceased, meet with our attorneys today. Call our offices across Ohio at 330-792-6611 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.