Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
Most people mistakenly believe that estate planning is only for those with substantial wealth or investments. However, estate planning involves much more than money and assets. Estate planning is a powerful way to protect you, your spouse, your children, and your legacy.
Benefits of Estate Planning
By planning ahead, individuals can ensure that in the event of a medical emergency, their wishes will be respected and a spouse or other individual will have the authority to make decisions on their behalf.
Additionally, parents should seriously consider implementing a plan for how their children under the age of 18 will be cared for if they become unable to do so. Most people have an idea, or have even spoken with someone about stepping in, but when tragic circumstances arise, even the best intentions become lost in deep emotions. The last thing that children need to endure in a traumatic situation is a custody battle between family members.
Of course, taking time to arrange for how your land, possessions, assets, and personal belongings will be distributed is incredibly important. By failing to make arrangements, the court system may be forced to make those decisions for you.
All that said, we take great pride in helping people avoid unnecessary or unpleasant complications in the future. The following are some of the many future-planning services we can provide: