You have spent and will spend your lifetime building your estate. You deserve to have a say in what happens to it when you die or become disabled or incapacitated. But planning now is essential because life can change in the blink of an eye. If you fail to plan, you forfeit a valuable right to someone you may not know or trust to make those crucial decisions.
A comprehensive estate plan can ensure that you will have the
means to provide for your family and loved ones. It is critical if you have minor children or a beneficiary with special needs. Also, it is one of the best ways to support those favorite
charities (i.e., churches, educational institutions, etc.).
Everyone needs an estate plan "Plan, " whether they elderly or young, married or unmarried, with or without children, in good health or poor health, have no assets, a few, or many. Having a "Plan" can make life immensely easier for loved ones when you pass away or become incapacitated. It can help prevent disputes and preserve the continuity of your family.
Our virtual Estate Planning Services combine convenience and affordability with professional legal advice and documents to meet your unique planning needs. Our packages include all the documents most individuals need to protect their estates (assets, loved ones, and themselves). Meeting with our attorney can be as convenient as a telephone conference or zoom-like meeting, reducing the need for unnecessary travel, taking off from work, and spending time with loved ones.
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