Planning how your estate will be managed in the event of your death or incapacity is one of the most important and difficult decisions a person can make. But it is also something many people put off until it is too late.
Don't Wait - Plan for Your Future Now
Many people neglect to plan their estate because they feel they are too young, their estate is too small to matter, or their family will know what to do with everything - but that is usually not the case. Regardless of the size of your estate, planning takes the burden off your loved ones for decisions like:
· Who do you want to manage your estate if you are incapacitated?
· To what extent do you want medical care in the event of a major accident?
· Where do you want to be buried?
· Do you want to be cremated?
All of these questions need answers. This is where our law firm can help you determine what type of estate planning is best for your needs. We can prepare community property agreements, powers of attorney for medical or financial needs, advanced directives, and wills for individuals or couples.
Put Your Affairs in Order Today
A few simple steps can help ensure that your friends or family understand your desires and wishes in the event that you are not able to manage your finances. Properly drafted estate planning documents will help to alleviate confusion and ensure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones will have peace of mind.