When you head to work each morning, you do so for several reasons. You need to pay the bills, you want to stay busy, and you’re interested in leaving a mark on the world, no matter how slight that indent may be. You want your work to mean something, and when your career comes to an end, you want to walk away with the money you need to retire in peace. How can you make sure these dreams become a reality? You need an estate plan, now.
When your time on this earth comes to an end, you want to make sure your money, property, and assets pass to your loved ones with as little conflict as possible. You don’t want your family to be tied up in probate court. You need to act early to make this happen. With the assistance of an experienced attorney, you can create a detailed last will and trust and a comprehensive estate plan. The days of waiting are over. You need to act if you want to ensure your estate is in order.
You have a lot to consider when you create an estate plan. You need to know the amount of federal and state taxes that will be needed to be paid when you pass. You can’t afford to push off advanced directives and powers of attorney any longer. Your family and your medical professionals need to know how you want your money to be distributed.