An Estate Plan is for people of all ages, and it’s important for those that want to get their legal affairs in order. It is also important to adapt your estate plan as your life changes.
Leaving a legacy is very important for most people. However, most people don’t always know exactly what’s needed to make this happen. Often, simple planning may need to be updated as your life changes.
Estate planning includes much more than a Will. At Kane and Crowell Family Law Center, we understand that estate planning also means Durable Financial Powers of Attorney, Durable Health Care Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Advanced Directives, Irrevocable Trusts, and Revocable Trusts.
It’s a goal of Kane and Crowell Family Law Center to ask the important questions that you might not think of. By doing so, we look to help you: (1) name the correct family member to make financial and healthcare decisions when you are no longer able, (2) consider how you will manage digital assets, (3) who will provide for minor children, (4) prepare your estate for wealth transition after death, (5) insure that your property goes to whom you expected, and (6) protect your estate from creditors.
Estate planning can be very complicated when you start considering everything that is involved. Because of this, Kane and Crowell Family Law Center looks forward to helping you develop a proper estate plan or update your previous estate plan to achieve your goals. If you have questions about estate planning, please contact Kane and Crowell Family Law Center today at (615) 784-4800.