No matter what stage of life, estate planning shouldn’t be an afterthought.
Some of the most important questions you should consider are:
- Who will care for your children and your pets in your absence?
- Do you want your assets, like your home and savings, to be sold and placed in a trust for your loved ones or donated to a cause you care about?
- Who should make decisions for you if you become unable to make them for yourself? Your child? Your spouse? Someone else?
We understand that your loved ones are your world. Protecting and caring for them in your absence is absolutely essential. Waiting to plan only creates an unnecessary burden on those you love most in their most vulnerable moment.