Many people put off making Estate Planning decisions because it forces them to think about their own mortality. Developing an estate plan, however, can give you peace of mind from knowing that your family will be financially secure and that your wishes will be carried out.
A proper estate plan involves strategies to minimize potential estate taxes and settlement costs, as well as to coordinate what would happen with your home, investments, life insurance, employee benefits, and other property in the event of death or disability.
An Estate Plan
If you don’t have an estate plan made in advance, these important decisions are left in the hands of others. Frequently, this means your family will face expense and delays as they attempt to manage your affairs.
Attorney Hardy can educate, counsel, and assist you in your Estate Planning process. Some of commonly asked questions in the Estate Planning Process are:
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