While it is difficult to think about death or disability, putting together an estate plan can protect you and your loved ones. Proper estate planning not only helps to preserve and protect your assets by minimizing or eliminating legal fees and court costs associated with a probate and federal estate taxes, it can also spare your loved ones the delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs when you pass away or become disabled.
A well-designed estate plan should preserve your assets and protect your family by minimizing death taxes, guardianship expenses and probate fees. A qualified estate planning attorney should review your existing estate planning documents and coordinate your individual financial situation with the goals you have for your family's future. Once you have put your estate plan in place, you will have the peace of mind knowing that if anything should happen to you, your family will still be protected. Our estate planning staff of attorneys have 34 years of experience in designing and implementing estate plans.
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