Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney. It’s not just for the wealthy. Everyone should have a will, especially if you have children. How much estate planning you need beyond that is case specific and depends on several factors the most important of which is your specific goals.
Do you have a Will? What happens to your estate if you don’t? Who will be the children’s guardian? Do the kids get my estate when they turn 18? Your loved ones can resolve all of these questions in court after you pass away. However, your passing will be difficult alone. Save your loved ones the additional heartbreak of working through these issues and more. Contact the Firm to set up a consultation.