DEATH IS A DIFFICULT TOPIC TO DISCUSS – BUT ESTATE PLANNING DOESN’T HAVE TO BE
Plan to protect your loved ones. Few people want to discuss their death or what will happen afterwards. Death is inevitable. But it need not destroy your family or everything that you've work a lifetime to build. Particular problems can often be identified and prevented through careful planning. And planning for death also means planning for incapacity.
Although many think that estate planning only covers your assets, legal end-of-life documents actually include directives on medical care for you and your children, as well as your funeral wishes, and who will administer your estate.
Don’t leave your family without proper documents in place; protect them from the hassles of fighting in probate court. Trust Attorney Grant to help you with your estate planning.
With years of experience, Attorney Grant will go over your estate and create a customized plan that covers your wants and needs. In addition to helping you outline your estate, he can also minimize your tax liabilities with planning services, and help you properly administer your loved one's estate or trust if you have been appointed personal representative or trustee.
It’s never too late to start thinking about where your assets will go after your death. Call Marshal S. Grant today.