What Are Your Plans for Your Estate After You Die?
When you plan to buy a house, car or make an investment, it is common to carefully think through your actions. Although considering the impact on those you love following your death may feel uncomfortable, it is important to have a plan in place to provide support.
If you have money, property or other valuables, you may want to leave them to a spouse or children. Rather than leaving assets in limbo, consider creating a checklist for your estate plan. You can ensure that successors are financially secure after you die.
Legal Last Will & Testament
A sound, legal last will and testament can make the process of passing on assets smooth and hassle free. Court charges are the result of a poorly constructed estate plan that leaves your wishes up for interpretation. At Turner Law, we can help you draft a legal document that will include all the provisions needed to financially support loved ones after your death.
Another option to consider is a living will, which can include your wishes for healthcare and any final decisions. In fact, Turner Law can help with a range of legal documents including power of attorney, tax planning, retirement distribution plans, special needs trusts and much more.
We treat all our clients with understanding and compassion at Turner Law. Many of the legal documents that our lead attorney, Robert Turner, constructs are designed to meet the complex needs of families. Wills and trusts can also help your successors avoid unnecessary hardship resulting from the ownership of assets. If you live in or near Decatur, Georgia, we are your local estate planning legal professionals.
Call the offices of Turner Law today if you have any questions about how to plan your estate or if you would like a legal consultation.
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