Elisabeth Rechsteiner Notary Public prepares four main documents for your estate and personal planning. We meet with you at least two times to ensure that our information is complete, that the documents have been accurately prepared and that you understand what you are signing.
Last Will and Testament
A document that is valid only after your death and directs who is to take care of the winding up of your estate, who the guardians for your children are, how your assets are to be distributed and who your beneficiaries are.
Power of Attorney
A document that is only valid during your lifetime and allows someone to take care of your business, financial and legal matters, in the event that you are incapable or if you are out of the country for a period of time.
A document that appoints someone to make health care and personal care decisions on your behalf.
Tells your medical professionals, representatives or family members what health care you want if you are unable to make those decisions yourself.