Frederick M. Misilo, Jr., is an Officer of Fletcher Tilton PC, Chairperson of the... more
Frederick M. Misilo, Jr., is an Officer of Fletcher Tilton PC, Chairperson of the Elder Law and Special Needs Practice Group, and Chairperson of the Trust and Estate Department. He also serves on the firm's Management Committee. As one of the nation’s leading elder law and special needs attorneys, he focuses his practice on the areas of elder law, special needs planning, estate planning, estate... view profile
Attorney Persico has provided legal services to a number of commericial businesses... more
Attorney Persico has provided legal services to a number of commericial businesses and individual clients and has developed a reputation for her practical, flexible and thorough manner in achieving timely and effective results in resolving issues. Shedelivers ethical, personal, and quality legal services. Please view Attorney Persicos testimonial page on her website for further references.
A written will lets you decide what happens to your money and property after you die, while a living will lets you decide whether or not you wish to be placed on a medical life support system if you become disabled or incapacitated. Wills attorneys and living wills attorneys know all of the language that must be included in your will documents so that things happen the way you want. Because it's impossible for anyone to explain a will after his or her death, it is very important that the will meets all legal requirements. A wills attorney will ensure it does.
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