Protect what matters most
Unless you want the State of Massachusetts to decide what happens to your property when you die, it is advisable to have a will. Also a health care proxy allows someone you designate to make medical decisions for you if you are unable to do so. A power of attorney allows a trusted relative or friend to act on your behalf regarding your legal matters. A trust allows you to control your property during your lifetime as well as transfer property upon your death outside of the probate process. Attorney Eric Jaikes has been helping clients develop and execute plans to protect their assets and loved ones for over 30 years.