Estate Planning is the most important step you can take to protect yourself and your family during a time of disability or after your death. Your estate plan should lay out your wishes on how you want to be treated if you can’t communicate, how to handle your legal and financial affairs if you can’t, and what to do with your property and legacy when you pass away. Without a proper estate plan, your family may end up fighting over your property, how to treat you, what decisions to make, and may end up in Probate Court spending your inheritance on attorney fees and court costs.
- Avoid Probate
- Reduce Taxes and Costs
- Stop Family Fights
- Keep your Estate Private
- Create a smooth transition of Wealth and Wisdom
Your estate plan if a plan in place, for you and your family, through documents and discussion, that say how you want your estate to be handled if you are disabled or when you pass away.