Estate & Will Planning
Reasons to have an estate plan:
- Provide adequately for your spouse and children
- Distribute your assets according to your wishes
- You choose the guardian for your minor children, not the courts.
- Appoint your own Power of Attorney for financial and medical decisions.
- Reduce amount of deferred taxes
- Reduce probate, legal and executor fees
- Provide funds for all final expenses and liabilities
- Decrease the time and potential problems to settle your estate
- Pass on your business to your spouse, children or other party
- Gift money or assets to a charity of your choice
The following articles may help with some of your Estate Planning questions.
We hope that you would seek the advice of a lawyer to properly execute a Will and Power of Attorney. You should also communicate your wishes to the appropriate family members.