Estate Planning Services:

Healthcare Proxies,Wills, and Power of Attorneys in CT & MA

Plan with Confidence, Leaving a Lasting Legacy for Generations to Come.

A Will is your first step to securing your legacy and ensuring peace of mind for your loved ones. We understand the importance of preparing for the future and navigating the complexities of wills, power of attorneys, and healthcare proxies.

You deserve estate planning services that are stress-free, easy to understand, and with any easy process.

Our streamlined process ensures that your wishes are comprehensively documented, legally sound, and easily understood, exactly how you want them.

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A Will is a fundamental document that outlines your wishes regarding the distribution of your assets after your passing. We specialize in drafting clear and precise wills tailored to your needs and circumstances.

Power of Attorney:

A power of attorney grants someone you trust the authority to make financial and legal decisions on your behalf should you become unable or unavailable to do so. Our team will guide you through establishing a power of attorney, ensuring that your affairs are managed according to your wishes.

Healthcare Proxies:

A healthcare proxy allows you to appoint someone to make medical decisions on your behalf if you cannot do so. We assist you in selecting a trusted individual and formalizing your healthcare preferences to ensure your wishes are honored in critical situations.

4 Step Process:

1. Fill out our Questionnaire: CLICK HERE

Begin by completing our comprehensive questionnaire to gather essential information about your assets, beneficiaries, and preferences. Click [here] to receive the questionnaire via email.

2. Intake Call to Discuss:

Following the completion of the questionnaire, we schedule an intake call to discuss your unique circumstances, address any questions or concerns you may have, and ensure that we have a thorough understanding of your wishes.

3. Draft Documents and Send for Review:

Based on the information gathered during the intake call, our experienced legal team drafts your will, power of attorney, and healthcare proxy documents with precision and attention to detail. Once completed, we send the drafts to you for review, allowing ample opportunity for any necessary revisions or adjustments.

4. Send for Signing:

Upon finalizing the documents to your satisfaction, we arrange for their execution according to your preferences. We ensure that the process is convenient and efficient, providing guidance every step of the way.

At Trinh Law, we are committed to making the estate planning process as straightforward and accessible as possible. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards securing your legacy.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Wills

Navigating the intricacies of estate planning can be a daunting task, so to provide clarity and guidance, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions tailored to address common queries and demystify legal terminology related to Wills.

Our goal is to empower you with knowledge and confidence as you navigate the estate planning process.

If you have any additional questions or require further assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out!

1. What is an Executor?

An executor is a person appointed by the testator (the person making the will) to carry out the instructions outlined in the Will after the testator’s death. The executor is responsible for managing the estate, including distributing assets to beneficiaries, paying debts, and handling any legal proceedings.

2. What is an Alternate Executor?

An alternate executor, also known as a successor executor, is a person designated to serve as executor if the primary executor is unable or unwilling to fulfill their duties.

3. Who are Beneficiaries?

Beneficiaries are individuals or entities named in the Will to receive assets or property from the estate of the deceased.

4. What are Special Bequests?

Special bequests refer to specific gifts or provisions outlined in the Will, such as monetary gifts, specific items of property, or instructions for charitable donations.

5. What are Burial Instructions?

Burial instructions outline the deceased’s wishes regarding funeral arrangements, burial, cremation, or any other final arrangements.

6. What is a Power of Attorney (POA)?

A Power of Attorney is a legal document that grants authority to another person (the attorney-in-fact or agent) to act on behalf of the individual creating the POA (the principal) in financial or legal matters.

7. What is a Living Will?

A Living Will, also known as an advanced directive, is a legal document that specifies an individual’s preferences for medical treatment and end-of-life care if they become incapacitated and unable to communicate their wishes.

8. What is a Trust for Children?

A trust for children is a legal arrangement where assets are held and managed by a trustee for the benefit of minor children until they reach a specified age or milestone, as determined by the terms of the trust.

9. What is a Guardian for Children?

A guardian for children is a person appointed by the testator to take legal responsibility for the care and upbringing of minor children in the event of the testator’s death or incapacity.

10. What is a Health Care Representative?

A health care representative, also known as a health care proxy or medical power of attorney, is a person designated to make medical decisions on behalf of the individual creating the document if they are unable to do so themselves.

11. What is a Conservator?

A conservator is a person appointed by a court to manage the financial affairs and/or personal care of an individual who is unable to do so themselves due to incapacity or disability.

12. What is an Anatomical Gift?

An anatomical gift is a donation of one’s organs, tissues, or body for medical research, education, or transplantation after death.

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10 North Main Street, Suite 315
West Hartford, CT 06107
(860) 249-1399


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