Estate Planning

It's simple. Take what you have and decide where it goes after you leave. Why do an estate plan? Without one, things can get complicated (and expensive) and your loved ones may not get what you intend.

Doing a proper estate plan really comes down to these simple steps:

  1. Pick your team of professionals
  2. List what you own and what you owe
  3. Get a will
  4. Draft Powers of Attorney for property and personal care
  5. Take a look at your tax bill at death
  6. Keep good records – tell someone
  7. Review and update

Simple? Yes, with our help.

More importantly, it will keep things uncomplicated for those you care about most of all.





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