Documents your Estate Plan may include:
Estate Planning is an umbrella termed used to describe all the documents and planning you may put into place in an effort to ensure your assets and interests are properly protected and dispersed upon your death or incapacity.
If you do not have anything in place upon your death, it is known as dying intestate and your assets will be dispersed in accordance with state statutes. If this happens, there is a high likelihood that your assets and valuables will not be given to those you may have preferred to receive them. Worse, for those with young children, a judge will ultimately decide who is awarded guardianship of your children instead of you making that very important decision.
A properly created estate plan allows you to take the drivers seat in preparing for what happens after you pass. It can be done in a way that allows for complete privacy and can keep your assets from going through the lengthy probate process which can be extremely time consuming and confusing for those left managing your estate. An estate plan also allows you to use the most strategic tax considerations to retain the highest disbursement possible for those you leave behind.
As a licensed Michigan attorney, I’m proud to serve residence of our great state by providing cost-effective solutions to legal matters. I frequently work with on-the-go professionals, families and everyday people just like you to create estate plans that provide them with peace of mind. Now that you’re here, send me a note. Ill get back to you as soon as possible so we can begin protecting your family’s future.
What is an Estate Plan?
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