Some people think estate planning is only for billionaires and celebrities. The truth is everyone can benefit from having an estate plan. Why? If you don’t have a plan the state will decide who receives your assets and when and how they’ll receive them. The state will also decide who has the authority to make medical and financial decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated. And, your loved ones will be forced to make difficult decisions without knowing what you would have wanted.
Our estate planning guide is full of strategies, insights, and tips that you can use to take control of your affairs and your family’s future. Here are just some of the topics covered:
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I have a different philosophy than many attorneys. My goal is to form and maintain long term relationships with my clients; not to provide legal documents on a transactional basis. I am blessed to be a happy husband, a proud father and a joyful pet owner. I have always felt that a life well lived is one filled with connections to others.
I chose to focus a significant portion of my practice on Life Planning because I believe planning for the future eliminates the potential for future controversy and chaos, and provides for present peace of mind. Our lives are filled with uncertainty. Young or old; single, married or in a relationship; if you have children, plan to have children or not; or if you have pets or charities that you wish to provide for, everyone needs a personal plan to address that uncertainty. Without one, state laws may control what happens to you, your family and your financial and personal legacy.