The Importance of Estate Planning
I am a firm believer that everyone over the age of 18 should have comprehensive estate planning documents prepared and executed by a professional. The need for these documents grows exponentially as you age and when you become a parent. Everyone should have a Last Will and Testament, a Living Will which not only specifies your end of life treatment preferences but also names a health care representative, and a financial Power of Attorney which names someone you trust to handle your financial affairs in the event you are unable to do so.
There is a common misconception that the cost of preparing these documents is prohibitive, but that is not always the case. The legal market encourages prospective clients to shop around. Interview multiple attorneys and obtain quotes for the legal services you require. You do not have to sign a retainer agreement with the first attorney you meet.
Call, email, or text our offices today to schedule a free consultation. We understand and appreciate your busy schedule and we are willing to meet with you at a time and place most convenient for you. In fact, our firm is equipped to conduct most of our business virtually to accommodate busy professionals. Our firm is able to offer competitive pricing for the preparation of these vital estate planning documents.