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Why Do I Need an Estate Plan?
You already have an Estate Plan, even if you don't realize it. The government has created an Estate Plan for you, called intestate succession. Intestate succession means that your property will be distributed according to the government's plan for you, instead of the way you would want your property to be distributed. Additionally, if you die owning over a certain amount of property or money, your estate will need to proceed through Probate, which delays distribution and increases costs dramatically. The good news is, however, with proper estate planning these problems can be discussed and planned for so your family and friends will receive what you want them to receive, and as soon after your death as legally possible.
What Kind of Documents Do I Need?
Every situation is unique, and every person's personal and financial situation is different. Our office routinely prepares wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and healthcare directives for our clients, but not every client needs all of these documents.
Why Should I Talk to The Law Offices of Mark A. Homen?
Because the stakes are so high. Because the law, the taxes, and the possibilities are complicated, and you want to ensure that you have the best possible Estate Plan to fit your situation. Because our office has the experience necessary to help you with your personal Estate Plan, and can give you customized advice about Wills, Revocable Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, and Advance Care Directives that only an attorney can provide.
Is it Expensive?
Relatively speaking, no. Effective Estate Planning usually saves a significant amount of money by helping you avoid Probate. Unfortunately, because each client's needs are different, we are unable to offer fee quotes online. We will, however, offer you a free initial consultation where we can discuss your personal Estate Planning needs.
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