LISA K. DAY
Attorney at Law
PROBATE & TRUSTS
Wills & Trusts
Plan ahead to simplify the transfer of assets upon your death and to ensure that your wishes are followed.
Power of Attorney
Authorize another person to act on your behalf in the event of your mental or physical incapacity.
Health Care Directive ("Advance Directive")
Authorize another person to make health care decisions on your behalf, including life-sustaining measures, in accordance with your written directions.
A probate is not always necessary for an estate. A probate is a legal proceeding filed with the court in order to administer an estate and accomplish the transfer of estate assets upon death
Small Estate Probate
The total value of all real estate cannot exceed $200,000, the total value of all personal property cannot exceed $75,000, and the total value of the estate cannot exceed $275,000.
Estates that do not qualify for small estate probate or for which a full probate is advisable.
Advise and assist with administering trusts or trust estates, including revocable living trusts and supplemental needs trusts.
Guardianships & Conservatorships
Appointment of guardians and/or conservators for disabled or incapacitated individuals.
Incorporating a Small Business
Advise and assist in the formation of small business entities, including assumed business names, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.
Review and prepare business contracts, including business purchase agreements, promissory notes and security agreements.