Are you wondering if estate planning would benefit you and your loved ones?
Whether you know it or not, you have an estate. Your estate is comprised
of everything that you own and this includes your vehicles, your home,
investment property, your business, personal belongings, jewelry, collectibles,
investments, bank accounts, and just about anything you can put a price tag on.
If you would prefer your assets and personal belongings to go to whom you
want when you want as opposed to having the State control the distribution
for you, then we urge you to continue reading our estate planning frequently
asked questions below. For more information, please contact an estate
planning lawyer from our firm directly!
What is estate planning?
Estate planning is a process which involves the assistance of professional
advisors who are familiar with your long-term goals and concerns, your
assets and how they are owned, and your family dynamics. Estate planning
covers the transfer of your property upon your death as well as a variety
of other matters such as guardianship, life insurance, long-term care
insurance, advanced directives, Medicaid planning etc.
What is a revocable trust?
A revocable trust, also known as a living trust is one that you create
during your lifetime. A living trust allows you to manage your assets
and it protects them should you become ill, disabled or mentally incapacitated
due to aging. Living trusts allow you to change or amend them whenever
you please, and they can allow you to avoid probate.
What does it mean to die intestate?
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