Necessary Estate Planning Documents

Many people are surprised to find out that if they do not have an estate plan when they die, the government has a plan that will be put in place.  Therefore, it is important to understand the benefit of thinking through estate planning matters long before your elder years. 

At Smith Strong, we can help you develop a living will, a power of attorney, and an advanced medical directive reflecting your wishes in the event that you become incapacitated and after your death. 

In developing these documents with the help of an attorney, it is necessary to think carefully and choose one to three individuals who you can truly trust to manage your assets after your death. In every aspect of our estate plans, we seek to preserve the multigenerational wealth your family will pass down.  

H. Van Smith
Trusted Virginia Family Law Attorney Serving Richmond to Williamsburg