Planning your estate doesn't have to be a taxing or difficult process. Instead, you simply need to decide what type of goals you have for the estate and work backwards from there. You can explore different types of estate plan components to help you determine which options might benefit your case. We can help you evaluate the options that apply to your case so that you can make an informed decision.
We realize that thinking about your death isn't fun; however, taking a little time to consider what life will be like for your loved ones when you are gone can help you figure out where to go with your estate plan. The answers to the issues that you are having might take some creative work, but we are here to help you evaluate each choice that is available.
Don't stop thinking about your estate plan once you have the will and trusts handled. You need to continue to think backwards from there. You need to consider your final days to determine if there is anything that you need to get set up for that time. This might be setting a power of attorney for your finances or your health care.
Your estate plan must be a customized plan that takes your family dynamics into account. Because of this, you will need to reevaluate your plan periodically. At most, a year between estate plan reviews is acceptable. We can help you get the initial estate plan together. We can also help you when you need to make changes to it.