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Life is unpredictable, so it is important to plan for the future. Estate planning communicates your wishes to your loved ones and validates your plans through proper legal documentation. For example, health care directives will tell medical staff or a designated person what your wishes are in case you become incapacitated. 

Establishing a plan now will assure that your wishes and instructions are followed in the event that you are unable to make your own decisions or you pass away. Baker Vicchiollo Law can help you establish a will, trust, power of attorney, health care directive, just to name a few important of any estate plan.  We can address more complex issues related estate planning such as estate gift tax planning, cabin trusts, closely held business interest and more.

With the help of an experienced estate planning attorney, you can realize the peace of mind that comes with having a plan to handle your personal affairs and to provide for your family; including instructions on how you want assets distributed and your designation of guardian for minor children.


If you already have an estate plan, it is important to update it as your life changes. A will or other document that has become outdated could be challenged. When new property is acquired, wishes change, beneficiaries change, or relationship status changes, updating your will or healthcare directives is very important.

With the help of an attorney from Baker Vicchiollo Law, you can ensure that your plan remains accurate and current so it can be carried out in the way that you intended.


Planning for the future means making decisions for yourself instead of someone else making them for you.  Making your wishes known minimizes the need for family, friends, and loved ones to figure out your wishes in the unfortunate event that you become incapacitated, including what happens to your assets after you pass away.  Planning for the future means providing for your family.

Call Baker Vicchiollo Law today at 952-405-2050, complete the contact form, or chat to schedule a free consultation.

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