Helping you take care of your loved ones.
Here at 20/20 Law Group, we help clients take care of their loved ones by planning for death and disability, and also by supporting clients who are caring for incapacitated loved ones, or who are managing the estate of a loved one who has passed away.
Planning for death and disability:
Estate planning is about identifying what matters to you, and laying out a plan for your legacy.
We help our clients assess their values, and create legal documents to carry out their wishes, offering protection and peace of mind for both you and your loved ones.
We can assist clients with the following documents:
- A Personal Directive to appoint an “Agent” to make health care and wellness decisions, where you are still alive but unable to make/communicate your decisions;
- A Power of Attorney to appoint an “Attorney” to take care of your property and finances where you are alive but unable (or unwilling) to do so for yourself;
- A Will to distribute your estate at the time of your death.
Caring for incapacitated loved ones:
Where clients are caring for loved ones who don’t have a Personal Directive or Enduring Power of Attorney, we assist clients with applications under the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act, including for Guardianship and Trusteeship.
Managing the estate of a loved one who has passed away:
We’ve helped many clients with obtaining grants of probate and grants of administration for the estate of a loved one. We offer both a limited retainer and a full retainer for estate work. This allows our clients to choose to do their own paperwork, with our support and guidance along the way, or to hand over the heavy lifting to our offices.