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No one likes to contemplate their own death and plan for what will happen to their assets and family members after they die. But not creating a personalized plan for your estate can leave your loved ones with a big tax bill, or cause them to fall into turmoil—especially if they start fighting over your wealth or possessions.

The time to start thinking about your estate is now.  Plan to avoid family conflict, taxes, and unnecessary expense.  Drawing on over 17 years of experience, Attorney Marshal S. Grant will create an personalized plan that fits your individual needs. State law provides a "default" estate plan for everyone.  Have peace of mind that your assets will be distributed according to YOUR plan by letting Attorney Grant guide you through the maze. 

 
MAKE SURE YOUR END-OF-LIFE DOCUMENTS ARE LEGALLY BINDING

 

Stop just thinking about what you want to put in your will and schedule an appointment with Attorney Grant now. Together, you will draft an estate plan that covers all of your financial and physical assets, as well as health care proxies and special needs planning. 

 

Estate planning isn’t just for people who have a lot of money or other property. End-of-life documents govern what will happen in the event that you are physically or mentally incapacitated, as well as other healthcare contingencies.

 

Minimize taxes, keep your family from arguing over your belongings and put your wishes.  Call now for an appointment to discuss your family and finances.

 
PLAN TODAY TO AVOID PROBLEMS IN THE FUTURE

Rely on Attorney Grant when you need legal assistance from a superior estate planning attorney.  Attorney Grant has experience with estates of all sizes, both simple and complex.  He will prepare basic documents, such as Wills, Revocable (Living) Trusts, Durable Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Proxies; as well as more sophisticated instruments for special situations, such as Insurance Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Dynasty Trusts, Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts (GRATs), Qualified Personal Residence Trusts (QPRTs), Intentionally Defective Irrevocable Grantor Trusts (IDIGTs).

 

Attorney Grant can also guide you through the administration process, both probate and trust administration.  If you have been appointed executor or personal representative of an estate, you can be confident that you are handling things properly with guidance from Attorney Grant in North Andover, Massachusetts.

 

Call now to schedule a FREE (1) hour consultation about your estate planning or estate administration needs. I can also help you minimize tax liabilities with exceptional planning services.

 

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