We will explain 10 important topics in simple English that will better help you effectively plan for the future.
- Reviewing your current Will
- Power of Attorney pros & cons
- Health care decisions
- Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
- Protecting your children
- Non-Probate asset designations
- Life Insurance
- Funeral arrangements
- Protecting your business
- Estate tax thresholds
At a minimum, regardless of your age, you should have a Last Will and Testament and either a Power of Attorney or Health Care Proxy or both; otherwise, you and your family may be subject to the court system applying statutory guidelines to determine what is in your best interest while you are alive and distribution of your assets after your death contrary to your wishes.
Contact us today for more information on creating an effective estate plan for your family and how We Can Help You.
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