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Estate planning is fundamental. You need a plan for you and your family, which should include how to pass on assets, such as real estate, personal property, and financial assets, but your plan should also include provisions to allow others to make decisions for you while you are living or after you die. This is an important step towards protecting you and your loved ones.
Without formal documents that include your wishes or your intent, your assets and affairs will be handled according to state law. A court’s decisions are not likely to fit with what you want. These plans involve more than just having a will. You need a skilled attorney to guide you through the planning process. We provide clients the guidance and service they need in the area of estate planning, including:
These are serious concerns. Contact us for a private consultation to help solve these problems and answer your questions. Make a plan for your family’s future. The initial consultation is free and convenient.