Making necessary decisions and taking proper legal action for your estate is something that too many people put off until it is unavoidable. By taking care of your estate planning before you or your partner face a life-limiting illness or cognitive impairment, you will save your family from having to do it for you.
An experienced and reliable estate planning15 attorney can help you navigate difficult decisions and ensure that you have all of your necessities covered.
An estate planning attorney can help you with multiple legal issues including:
- Distribution of assets upon death
- Wills, joint tenancy accounts, revocable living trusts, and payable upon death accounts
- Preserving family assets
- Arranging payment for long-term health care
- Personal care management and financial decisions
- Housing options – staying at home with assistance or out-of-home placement
- And much more
With over 40 years of experience, I understand the level of trust that is placed in an estate planning attorney is the key to helping you feel secure in making these difficult decisions. I will take the time to listen to you and understand your specific needs and desires, so that I can ensure you are satisfied with the results of your estate planning. When you are ready to begin your estate planning, call me to set up a consultation. Some documentation you may want to bring with you to your consultation:
- Contracts or other legally binding documents
- List of major assets
- List of major debts
- Bank statements
- Existing wills
- All sources of income
- Life insurance policies
As your estate planning attorney, I look forward to working with you and helping you secure comfort and peace of mind regarding your estate planning and future care.