One of the most common questions clients have is when is the right time to prepare their estate planning. When is it too early? Everyone should have an estate plan, whether you are single or married, have minor or adult children, or single with no children.
Without an estate plan, your estate assets will be distributed by the laws of intestate succession, and those assets may pass to the heirs at law, in certain percentages, which are not your intended goal. The estate plan allows you to protect your family and your assets that you have worked so hard to earn. This will be achieved by preparing an estate plan that best suits your needs, as well as those of your family and loved ones.
We will personally meet with you to discuss your estate planning goals and recommend estate planning tools to best achieve those goals.
Clients often share that finalizing their estate plan reduces the stress in their lives, as well as the worries and concerns of their loved ones, regarding managing and distribution of their estate due to illness, incapacity or death.
At the Scheuerman Law firm, PLLC, the estate plan will be prepared according to your needs and wishes.
Depending on your estate plan goals, we will discuss the following:
- Last Will and Testament
- Medical Power of Attorney
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Medical Directive
- Transfer on Death Deed
- Other probate services