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Tailored Guidance In Drafting A Thoughtful Will

A major part of the estate planning process is the last will and testament. Simply referred to as a will, this document is created in order to detail your wishes for the distribution of your estate upon your death as well as other arrangements, such as the care of young children or other dependents. We understand that thinking about this may not be appealing to some, but a knowledgeable and experienced estate law attorney can help you understand the many details and give peace of mind to you and your loved ones.

At Silicon Valley Elder Law, P.C., we draw upon our vast knowledge gained while focusing exclusively on this area of law. Committed to providing clients with the compassionate legal assistance and helpful guidance, our firm's founding lawyer, Naomi S. Comfort, has 20 years of experience handling all aspects of estate planning and elder law matters. She leads on our firm in preserving our clients' best interests while offering personalized and caring service.

Wills And Living Wills

In a will, you are able to detail exactly how you wish your assets to be distributed. You may know who your beneficiaries are, but we can help determine the appropriate executor to effectively manage your estate and pick the right guardian if there are minor children.

A living will is a document that is most often referred to now as an "advance health care directive." This document gives specific instructions as to how you wish to be medically cared for in the event that you become incapacitated and can no longer make decisions for yourself. Similarly, power of attorney authorizes an individual to make important business and financial decisions on your behalf if you become gravely ill or incapacitated.

Leaving Your Legacy In The Right Hands

Estate law and wills attorney Naomi S. Comfort can explain these details and help guide you to make the best choices in your unique circumstances. Having a will allows you to have control and ensure your assets are distributed according to your wishes. Some families are torn apart when a parent dies — a well-drafted will also reduces the possibility of legal disputes and disagreements among beneficiaries.

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Call our office in downtown San Jose at 408-883-3244 or contact the firm online to schedule your consultation with estate law lawyer Naomi S. Comfort.

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