Why do I need an Estate Plan?
- To decide who will receive your assets and when they will receive them
- To save your family the cost, time and hassle of going through probate
- To name guardians for minor children
- To include instructions for your care in case of your disability
- To provide for family members with special needs without disrupting government benefits
- To provide for the efficient transfer of your business at your retirement, disability or death
- To avoid the court deciding all of these things for you
Who needs it?
Estate planning is for everyone. You don’t have to be retired or wealthy to start planning. In fact, a good comprehensive estate plan often means more to people with more modest means because it offers relatively more protection. It is important to realize that money and transfer of assets is only a small part of a good estate plan.
Why don't you have one?
- You don’t think you are wealthy enough
- You don’t think you are old enough
- You don’t think you have enough time to deal with it
- You don’t understand estate planning and the importance of it
- You don’t know who can help you
What should I do next?
Call The Meyerson Law Firm to set up your free consultation to take the first step to protecting yourself and your family. The attorneys at The Meyerson Law Firm are advisors you can trust who will guide you through the estate planning process, tailoring the end result to your unique situation while educating you along the way. Our attorneys act with integrity and will always act in your best interests.