Wills & Probate2018-10-29T20:41:01+00:00

Wills & Probate

The Castro Firm can document all your wishes regrading your assets and your cared for if you’re incapacitated.

We highly recommend that every adult in Delaware consider having a Will, Power of Attorney, and Living Will/Advanced Health Care Directive. Seek competent advice from a Delaware lawyer who practices in this area before you consider drafting such an important legal tool. The Castro Firm can help you make choices you are comfortable with, and you will leave our office knowing that you have secured control over your financial assets and medical procedures.

Wills in Delaware

Do you need a Will in Delaware? In Delaware, a Will is generally used to spell out how a person wants their assets divided at the time of their death. It may also address the payment of debts, conditions upon certain gifts to certain individuals, or other matters. A Will in Delaware should be drafted as part of an overall estate plan for an individual or married couple.

Power of Attorney in Delaware

A Power of Attorney in Delaware is a legal document used when you want to appoint another individual to act on your behalf, sometimes called a “Durable Power of Attorney.” It is called “durable” because it survives incapacity, either physical or mental. A Power of Attorney in Delaware is created for your medical and financial concerns if something happens requiring that someone step in and make decisions for you. Signing a Durable Power of Attorney in Delaware can eliminate the expense, effort and need for a Guardianship Petition to be filed.

Living Wills/Advanced Health Care Directive in Delaware

A Living Will or Healthcare Directive in Delaware is a legal document that allows you to control certain medical procedures that you may have to undergo by stating what medical procedures you do or do not want performed under certain circumstances. You can appoint a person who you trust to make those decisions and speak to your doctor on your behalf, if you are unable to speak for yourself.  Without a Living Will/Advanced Health Care Directive in Delaware, a physician may feel compelled to perform medical procedures that you may not have wanted. It allows you to keep the control over what medical procedures you will or will not accept.

Call on The Castro Firm to secure your peace of mind. Let us draft your will, your living will and legally name your power of attorney. Call us today at 302.225.5700.