Wills & Powers of Attorney in London: Plan for Your Future

No matter your age, it’s important to plan for your future. With more than 3 decades of experience navigating the legal terrain, lawyer Frederick A. Mueller can give you peace of mind by setting up a will and powers of attorney in London. Frederick A. Mueller can also advise you on a Henson or testamentary trust. Call Frederick A. Mueller today and start with a free 30 minute initial consultation!

Powers of Attorney in London: Frederick A. Mueller
Far too often, people think their families can make decisions on their behalf if something were to happen to them. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. As a lawyer in London with decades of experience, Frederick A. Mueller has helped many people set up powers of attorney. If you don’t choose someone to represent you, the government may appoint someone to make decisions for you. By signing a power of attorney, you’ll be designating someone that you trust to:

  • Make financial decisions for you

  • Choose where you live, what you eat, your medical care and other health and personal decisions

  • Make decisions about your property

Why Do You Need a Will?

People often wait for a certain life event to occur before they start thinking about drafting a will. Maybe getting married, the birth of a child or buying a house brings estate planning to the top of your to-do list. That’s fine of course, but if you haven’t had any such life event, it’s still a good idea to be proactive. For more than 30 years, London lawyer Frederick A. Mueller has helped many people ensure their families will be taken care of in the future. With his vast experience, he will help you with the complicated legal jargon that must be worded just right to make your will completely valid. The advantages of having a valid will include:

  • Providing your surviving family members and loved ones instructions on how and when your wealth and personal property should be distributed. If you don’t have a will, the provincial government will decide.

  • Your will can designate the person you want to act as your minor children’s guardian in the event something happens to both you and your spouse.

  • You can dictate what personal property your family members should receive.

Need more information? Call the office of Frederick A. Mueller today!

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