Many people incorrectly assume an estate plan is only for wealthy families or those with complex family and estate holdings. The reality is an estate plan is available and should be used by everyone.
Are you married? Do you have children? Do you own a car? Do you own a house? Do you own a business? Do you own jewelry or any other assets or property? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then contact us today to ensure you and your family are protected.
A well-crafted estate plan provides peace of mind during your lifetime and a lasting legacy for your children and loved ones. It also provides you the ability to dictate your health care decisions, determine how your hard-earned property will be distributed, and choose who will raise your young children in the event of your untimely death or incapacitation.
Another goal of any estate plan is to avoid the cost and stress of protracted probate proceedings, which can result in thousands of dollars in legal fees, your wishes being undermined, hard feelings among loved ones, and a tarnished legacy.
Estate plans can include a variety of instruments to ensure your goals are met, including, but not limited to:
Benjamin Franklin once wrote, “[I]n this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Taxes and estate planning do often go hand in hand, which is why Milton Law Group estate planning lawyers are an ideal partner to establish your plans.
By already serving as tax and legal advisors to many of our individual and small business clients, our estate planning attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of their family, their business, their goals, and their values. Using this knowledge, we craft a custom estate plan for each of our clients rather than relying on a cookie cutter approach peddled by so many estate planning mills and software products in the market.
A comprehensive and thorough Milton Law Group estate plan will safeguard your and your loved ones interests. Contact the estate planning attorneys at Milton Law Group for a consultation to set a path for your future.
Learn More: While it should be at the top of everyone’s to-do list, estate planning can be an overwhelming topic to dive into. To help you get situated, click here to learn 13 important terms and basics of estate planning you should know as you think about your own estate plan.