If you die without a will or estate plan, the state will decide what happens to your property and your minor children. We can prevent this by creating an estate plan that protects your loved ones and makes sure your wishes are followed. An estate plan is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Every person’s needs are different, and a good estate plan should be designed to fit your unique circumstances.
Estate planning is about more than just deciding who gets your money and property when you die. Among other things, a comprehensive estate plan allows you to:
- decide who will oversee your estate
- reduce or eliminate the amount of time and money spent in the probate process
- minimize the amount of your estate that is lost to taxes
- provide for the care of minor children or disabled individuals
- appoint individuals to make financial and health-care decisions for you if you become mentally or physically incapacitated before your death
We can help you put together a customized plan that is right for you. Call us today for a complimentary consultation.