Estate Planning


Your "estate" is another word for your assets or those items that you own or control, for example, your home, furnishings, vehicles, pets, investments, bank accounts, etc.


At every stage of life and regardless of the value of your estate, every individual should have a basic set of advance directives which include

(1) a will,

(2) a durable power of attorney,

(3) a designation of healthcare surrogate, and

(4) a living will.


These documents will provide the "who," "what," "where," and "when" to memorialize your wishes on who will distribute your assets upon your death or who has the power to step in to make decisions or take action if you become incapacitated.


The Law Office of Pamela G. Martini provides affordable, flat fee packages to fit 

your budget and needs. Other options include revocable living trusts, testamentary trusts, pet trusts, or special needs trusts (to name just a few) that may be appropriate based on your individual circumstances.​

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