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Chicago's South Suburbs Estate Planning Attorney

Cook County Estate Planning Lawyer

Lawyer for Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Medical Directives in Beverly and Evergreen Park

It is important for everyone to consider the future of themselves and their family. Financial planning can help families make sure they will have the resources they need in the years to come, but they may also need to address a variety of legal issues related to their finances, property, and medical care. To avoid uncertainty and confusion, family members will want to consider how matters will be handled after a person dies and make decisions about the care they will receive in their elder years. By working with an estate planning attorney, families can determine the best ways to approach these issues, and they can make sure they are prepared for whatever the future may bring.

At the Law Offices of Marques A. Eason, LLC, we provide estate planning services, helping individuals and families make informed decisions about how their final affairs should be handled and how they can make sure a person's wishes will be followed throughout their lifetime. We can advise you of the legal tools available to you and make sure you understand the best ways to address your needs and plans for the future. With our help, you can create a comprehensive estate plan that will ensure that you and your family will have the resources you need, no matter what happens.

Estate Planning Services on Chicago's South Side

As you make plans for how you want matters to be handled both during your life and after your death, we can assist with:

  • Wills - In a last will and testament, you can set down instructions for how your property should be distributed to your heirs, who you would like to serve as the guardian of your minor children, and your desires for the disposition of your remains. You will also name an executor who will ensure that the terms of the will are carried out correctly during the probate process. Having a properly executed will in place will ensure that your family members can avoid confusion or uncertainty about your wishes following your death.
  • Powers of Attorney - With these types of legal agreements, you can name a person who will act as an agent and make decisions for you when you are incapacitated. Powers of attorney can grant your agent authority over medical decisions or give them control over your property and finances. Depending on your needs, you can give your agent full authority to make any decisions necessary regarding your medical care or property, or you can limit them to making decisions in specific areas while also providing instructions about how you want certain issues to be handled. This will ensure that your wishes will be carried out correctly if you become unable to make decisions on your own.
  • Living Wills/Medical Directives - You may wish to address issues related to the medical care you receive as you near the end of your life. By creating a living will, you can decide what types of treatments you do or do not want to receive if you have a terminal condition. Other medical directives, such as a do not resuscitate order, can provide additional protection to make sure your wishes about medical treatment will be followed correctly.

Contact Our Cook County Estate Planning Lawyer

Everyone should make sure they have plans in place for the future. By creating an estate plan, you can make sure your loved ones will be provided for after your death, and you can also address your own needs during the rest of your lifetime. Whether you are looking to create a will or power of attorney or need to update your existing estate planning documents, our law firm can provide the assistance you need. Contact us by calling our office at 312-973-3755. We help individuals and families throughout Chicago's South Side address their legal needs, including those in Evergreen Park, Matteson, Harvey, Oak Lawn, Chicago Ridge, and Beverly.

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