Estate Planning

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. strives to protect you and your family’s interests.

Wills Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can draw up a Will to protect your assets. Set your affairs in order, and you will never need to worry about what will happen once you are gone.

Living Wills Also known as “Advanced Directive”, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. advises every person over the age of 18 to construct a Living Will to assure that your wishes are met regarding health care. We will guide you through this most sensitive issue and help discuss the matter with family, if necessary.

Durable Powers of Attorney – Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help choose the best person to hold your Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care. We recommend that every person over the age of 18 assign a person to make medical decisions for them when no longer capable of making those decisions or unable to communicate your wishes.

Domestic Partner Agreements – Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help you navigate the confusion of the Domestic Partner Agreement. We can help you decide if this is the best option for you and your partner by discussing the responsibilities that accompany the rights as a registered domestic partnership. Should you decide to register, we will guide you through the process and make application for registry on your behalf.

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