Estate Planning

A complete estate plan includes: valid will, trust, power of attorney, medical power of attorney, etc.


Michael Bland, Counsel, Law Office of Julian Davis

Michael Bland Michael is a Personal Family Lawyer® and Partner at Albert G. Stoll, Jr. | A Law Corporation. He is dedicated to assisting his clients design their family’s estate plans to preserve their personal and financial well-being. He believes in forming life-long relationships with his clients by not only working with them on their initial estate plans, but by continuing to monitor the effectiveness of their plans as his clients’ life circumstances (and the law) change. By doing this, his clients’ plans stay current and properly funded so that when it comes time for the plans to work, they work exactly as his clients expected them to. He helps his clients transfer more than just their family’s financial assets to successive generations. He has unique systems in place for grandparents and parents to pass along their priceless family history and life stories, as well as their intellectual, spiritual, and family values to future generations.

Estate Planning

Everyone can benefit from estate planning. This is because your estate plan is more than just a list of who you want to give your property to. The plan includes additional documents such as a power of attorney, which gives someone the authority to make decisions on your behalf, and a medical directives guide, which outlines your wishes for your medical care if you are unable to make those decisions yourself.

Pieces of a complete estate plan include:

  • Current will
  • Trust
  • Power of attorney
  • Medical power of attorney
  • Medical directives
  • Retirement accounts
  • Life insurance policies