Making plans for your estate is something that can take some time and thought. This isn’t a process that you should rush through; however, it isn’t something that you should put off for too long. We understand that this isn’t a fun thing to think about, but handling matters now can help your loved ones in the future.
One of the most serious decisions that you have to make is who is going to get your assets. You need to decide if you are leaving them to family members, charities, friends or a combination of more than one of those. Once you decide this, you can move forward with the estate planning process.
You will need to decide how much each person will get from your estate. One option that you have is to distribute everything equally. Alternatively, you can spell out who is going to get what assets. You need to think about what you truly want each recipient to get from you. Some people also consider what various heirs will want, but this point is up to you.
We know that you might have some concerns that you need to address prior to creating the estate plan. We can help you understand the process that your loved ones will go through after you pass away so that you can plan accordingly. Once you know what you want to include in your estate plan, we will help you to get it all on paper and taken care of in a manner that will be legally enforceable when you are gone.