Everyone—young, old, working, retired, wealthy, middle class, with children or without—will benefit from taking the time to create an estate plan. You never know what the future holds for you, and being prepared for whatever may come is the smartest way to approach it. At Silverman Law Office, PLLC, our estate planning attorneys love the challenge of meeting each client’s individual and unique estate planning needs. Wondering what we can do for you? Request our free estate planning guide to find out.
What You’ll Get in This Valuable Guide
Most people think that estate planning consists of writing a will and naming who should get your valuables. If you have young children, you may be aware that you should name guardians for them in case something happens to you. But there is, in fact, much more to estate planning than that. Did you know you can take steps now to save your heirs from having to pay estate taxes on your assets after you are gone? You may also be able to save them from the time-consuming and frustrating probate process. Our guide explains all of this and more. We answer questions you may not even know you have, such as:
- What documents do I need to prepare?
- What will it cost me if I delay getting my estate planning done... or just don’t do it all?
- What do I need to know to plan for my children’s needs?
- What if I don’t die but rather become incapacitated? What would happen to me and my family?
- What are trusts, and why are they important in estate planning?
- Will setting up a trust help me avoid (or minimize) taxes?
- What other tools can I use to craft my estate plan?
- Can I make changes to my trust (and other documents)?
- And many more!
It’s not easy to think about your own mortality, and that first step towards accepting it and planning for it is by far the hardest. Request our free estate planning guide, and you can get the answers you need in the comfort of your own home with no obligation to us. When you’re ready to take the next step, we’ll be here for you!