Quality estate planning allows you to plan for yourself & your loved ones without giving up control of your affairs. Your estate plan should allow you to plan for the possibility of your own disability. You should be able to give what you own to whom you want to receive it, the way you want them to receive it, & when you want them to receive it.
An estate plan prepared by a knowledgeable attorney will help you to meet your unique goals. It will allow you to plan for your disability & direct the distribution of your property at your death. It will save tax dollars, professional fees, & court costs. And, most importantly, it will keep you in control of your own affairs.
Visit an experienced elder law attorney today to help you with your individualized estate plan. Don’t make a mistake by failing to have this planning done at your earliest convenience, as there is no way to predict the future, & it can save your family excessive costs at your death. Contact W.G. Alexander & Associates today for assistance.
Summary: Your unique estate plan should allow you to distribute your property at your death to precisely the people you would like to see inherit what you have worked so hard to preserve.