Many people may not realize it, but they have an estate. Estate planning is an important tool for all to consider when it comes to protecting your assets and loved ones. Whether you are young or old, with or without children, estate planning is a universal tool that is beneficial to everyone. Estate planning can spare heirs and beneficiaries from a big tax burden upon receiving assets. Estate planning can also prevent unintended beneficiaries and may help to prevent or eliminate family acrimony regarding an estate’s assets and beneficiaries. If protecting your assets and loved ones is a goal for you when you are no longer able to, estate planning is a tool that can help you achieve that goal.
- Limited and Durable Powers of Attorney
- Living Will
- Healthcare Surrogate
- Pre-need Guardian”
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