What will happen to your family if you pass away unexpectedly?
If you pass away without an Estate Plan in place, the government will decide what happens with your estate. Don’t leave your estate in the hands of the government.
This can be an uncomfortable topic to think about, and as a result, many people keep putting off their estate planning…until it’s too late.
The courts will decide who takes custody of your kids if they’re under the age of 18. The courts will decide “who gets what” when it comes to your property and your assets.
They will do their best to act in everyone’s best interest—but the fact is, the courts don’t know you, and they don’t know your kids.
This process is known as “probate,” and it can be time-consuming, stressful, and expensive.
Rather than putting your estate directly into the hands of your loved ones, the courts will take months—and sometimes years—to administrate the process, and in worst case scenarios they could charge you fees that otherwise would have gone to your family.
Your family will be left to clean up the mess.
It’s important that you act now to prevent this outcome.
We invite you to join our complimentary webinar, Protect Your Family: Estate Planning Basics, on Thursday, September 29th at 5:30 pm EDT.
Learn how to protect your family by creating a rock-solid estate plan.
It’s free—but space is limited. Sign up now at https://elderlawguide.legalclienteducation.com/PYFW0005
You will learn:
- How to choose and designate a legal guardian for your children.
- How to create a trust and make sure your assets are transferred to the right people at the right time.
- How to make sure your kids are financially supported when you’re not there to provide for them.
- And so much more!
Estate planning is confusing—and it can feel overwhelming!
We get it, and we’re here to help.
We’ll show you how to protect your family and your assets—and help you create a road map to get started. We’ll also leave plenty of time to answer your questions.
We want to help you answer questions like:
- Who will take care of your kids if you pass away?
- Who gets your home, your car, and the rest of your assets?
- How can you reduce the taxes that your family will have to pay on your estate?
- Who makes medical decisions on your behalf if you can’t express your wishes?
At Elder Law Guidance, we help families and individuals plan for these situations.
So, we created a FREE Special Report that explains how to communicate your wishes through a legally valid Estate Plan. Request a complimentary copy of Five Critical
Estate Planning Documents You Need By Age 50 at https://elderlawguide.legalclienteducation.com/FCDP0002.
Sign up for our complimentary webinar, Protect Your Family: Estate Planning Basics, on Thursday, September 29th and get your FREE copy of Five Critical Estate Planning
Documents You Need By Age 50.
For advice regarding your specific situation, please call us at Elder Law Guidance at 859-407-6055.