You need estate planning, you don’t need a cookie cutter plan with a “free” book or handout. You need attorneys who understand your goals and give you the best possible options to achieve those goals. If you don’t have a proper plan in place, the State will create one for you. Do you need a trust or is a will sufficient? If you do need a trust, which type of trust is best for your situation? Do you have minor children or complicated family dynamics? What happens if you get a divorce or your spouse dies? What if your spouse remarries after your death? What happens to your business once you pass away? Are your children or parents located out of state? What happens if you are incapacitated? What happens to your pets if you pass away? Do you have the correct documentation in place to ensure your desires are met? All of these questions, and more, will be addressed with the estate planning attorneys at Short & Stevens Law. Life is short, plan while you can.
Estate planning concepts
A legal document that distributes your assets upon your passing and can name guardians for minor children
Relatively cheap and can change the intestate succession laws
Does not avoid probate, is public, and can cause more problems if not prepared and executed correctly (so don’t take a chance and consult one of our skilled attorneys today)
Questions to Consider:
- Who should get my property when I pass away and in what manner?
- Who should care for any minor children when I pass away?
- Who should be in charge of taking my Will through the Court process when I pass away?
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