ESTATE PLANNING

PRACTICE AREAS

PRACTICE

AREAS

WILLS

Ensure that your loved ones receive the things you leave behind in a manner befitting your intentions. 

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ISLAMIC WILLS

Muslims have a religious duty to leave behind a Will for the distribution of their estate. The Law Office of John Garland can help you draft a Shari'ah compliant Will.

 

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PROFESSIONAL WILLS

A professional will is a document used by professionals that have confidentiality relationships with their clients (mental health providers, accountants, attorneys, etc.) to outline how the closing of a practice should be handled in the event of certain unexpected life events. 

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POWER OF ATTORNEY

There are many reasons to grant someone power-of-attorney. I can help you determine if your situation necessitates a power-of-attorney, and if so, what type, and for how long. 

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ADVANCE DIRECTIVES

Also known as a Living Will, and maybe one of the hardest things anyone may ever have to do is make a life changing medical decision about a loved-one. Creating an Advance Directive, while an emotional decision, can prevent a loved one from shouldering the responsibility and hardship of your condition.

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GUARDIANSHIP APPOINTMENTS

 

Everyone should consider and memorialize their intentions for the care (and) support of their children, spouse, parents in the event of their untimely passing (or) incapacity.

 

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