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You may or may not have heard it before. Everyone should have an estate plan. At the very least, you should have a basic will, a living will (advanced healthcare directive), a durable power of attorney and an estate planning organizer. I cannot stress enough … do not wait until something happens to start thinking about this. It is difficult enough to think about “the end”. To protect you and your loved ones and to make it easier on your family during a difficult time it is best to get your affairs in order and it is best to do so when you do not have the added stress of a health concern weighing on your mind. Do not wait until it is too late. Your personal and financial matters should be taken care of in the event something unexpected occurs leaving you unable to communicate or make decisions for yourself. Make those difficult decisions now so your family does not have to and, in the process, minimize the potential for conflict by providing direction so they do not have to guess as to what you would have wanted. A comprehensive estate plan specifically tailored to your needs can help ease your mind and provide guidance as to what your wishes are, how your assets are to be managed and how your estate is to be distributed. I can advise you as a lawyer, in concert with an accountant and financial advisor if warranted, on the best course of action to take and help you get to a place where you and your family do not have to worry about it if the unfortunate happens.
From a basic will to a complex trust, let me advise you on the different ways available to you and help administer your estate when the time comes. Call me to set up a free consultation and do not forget to ask me about discounts I have for members of the military (and veterans), first responders and teachers.
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