Wills, Trusts and the Basic Estate Plan
How You Can Follow Ben Franklin's Wise Advice
What is an “estate plan”?
Do I really need a will?
If I don’t have a will, what happens to my assets when I die?
What happens to my house when my spouse and I have both passed away?
What are “living wills” and “powers of attorney”? Do I need those?
What does it cost to have a will done, anyway?
Have you asked any of these questions over the years? Maybe you have wanted to consult with an attorney about getting a will done, but you’ve been too busy just living your life. Who wants to think about a dreary topic like death, right?
But don’t you owe it to your loved ones to make sure that your hard-earned assets are disbursed on your death the way you would like them to be?
A brief discussion of these topics and more via a Zoom teleconference, can help you get on track to wise planning for the smooth and smart transfer of assets upon your death. A little advance planning can ensure your loved ones are protected and can also save a lot of headaches and expense down the line.
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