Do you know what you really need for your estate plan?
- Do you have a Will or other estate plan already?
- Do you have a Durable Power of Attorney and a Medical Power of Attorney for those times when you are unable to speak for yourself?
- Do you have a Living Will?
And if you think that is all, consider this:
- Do you have children or pets that others will know how to take care of?
- Does your estate plan include what happens to them in case of emergency or death?
- Does your estate plan include how to financially take care of them and who will be responsible?
And what does happen if you cannot take care of your business or bills? Who will?
To help you answer some of these questions, we have a special FREE publication, Tying a Net, that you can download and fill out on your own. However, if the answer to any of these questions is still “I don’t know!” after you read our blogs on Wills, Disability, or Probate, or after reading our free publication Tying a Net, call for a free consultation and let us help you understand it all and give you and your family peace of mind.
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