Estate Planning & Probate
Benefits of Estate Planning:
- Protect your Assets
- Protect your Family
- Minimize Expenses and Stress
- Reduce Taxes
- Protect your privacy
- Preserve your Legacy
- Living Will/Declaration for Natural Death
- Last Will and Testament
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Advance Directive for Health Care
- Trust Formation and Modification (Reinstatement)
Taking care of your family has always been the number one priority in your life, and that isn’t going to change. The best way to make sure they are taken care of after you pass is to establish an estate plan while you are still of sound mind.
Provide for your immediate family.
An estate plan provides sufficient resources for your surviving spouse to continue to care of the family. If both of you and your spouse pass, an estate will name an appointed guardian to care for your children.
Ensure property goes to the right beneficiaries.
Your estate plan will outline exactly where your assets are to go into the event of your death. This leaves no questions to be resolved by the courts or cause for family discord.