Estate Planning describes the planning, execution, and administration of the various legal tools. A standard estate plan includes a Revocable Living Trust, Health Care Directive, Durable Power of Attorney, and a Will. These can all be customized, and are the starting point for your estate plan. They cover a variety of possible situations.
Many people think they don’t need an estate plan, or that they don’t have enough assets to justify an estate plan. This is not true; everyone can benefit from having a comprehensive estate plan. A carefully drafted estate plan will save time and money. Furthermore, your estate plan can provide access to government programs. We can help you draft a customized plan to fit your needs. Special situations, like a disabled dependent, or young families, will require unique plans tailored to their needs. Other individuals will be more focused on tax minimization or asset protection vehicles.
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