Estate Planning

People often think that estate planning is something only for the affluent families. However, estate planning is essential for all types of income earners. An estate plan ensures your home, finances, and other assets are taken care of following your death. It secures provision for your family and prevent hiatus between heirs even after you are gone.

  • Provide for your immediate family. The state plan will provide enough money for your family even when you are gone.  If both you and your spouse pass, an estate plan will name the appointed guardian to take care of your kids.

  • Ensure properties go to the correct beneficiaries. Your estate plan will outline exactly how your assets are going to be divided. In the event of death, this will prevent disputes and disagreement between the heirs.
  • Minimize expenses and taxes. When you create an estate plan, you can keep the cost of transferring properties to your appointed beneficiaries.
  • Plan for any kind of incapacity.  Life is unpredictable. An estate plan will determine how your estate is going to be divided in case you become mentally or physically incapacitated. Even so, an estate plan will follow your wishes as to who will make medical decisions on your behalf.

Take Advantage Of Estate Planning

Estate planning can be easily done without spending too much time and money in the process. This isn’t something you should wait doing until you are old. If you have a huge estate and you know that there will be chaos when you’re gone, you should have an estate plan as early as now.

You can establish a will or trust, depending on your goals.  If your assets change, you can always alter the details of your will and modify legal documents to suit your situation.

Contact us at Stafford Law Office, LLC to learn how you can protect your asset and ensure your family is taken care of.  You can trust our skill and years of experience on this matter to help you plan for the future.

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