Probate Litigation Attorney
Are you like me and are the type of person that plans every moment of your day, or do you take on more of the role to just go with the flow of life? Regardless of which you are, we can all agree that peace of mind sounds so comforting. As an experienced probate litigation attorney from Silverman Law Office, PLLC explains – that should be the exact feeling you feel about yourself and your family’s future, regardless of how old you are or where you are in life.
How many times have you heard that you should plan for your future by setting up a retirement account when you’re just starting in the workforce? I know that since I entered the workforce, I have been hearing about retirement and have been setting up for it throughout my entire career, and like most, I get excited about the thought of setting myself up for retirement. I share that same excitement about Estate Planning, as it is also planning for the future, and can protect you and your family in many ways, which can be just as important and exciting as setting your future up with your retirement!
A typical estate plan includes; a Financial Power of Attorney, which identifies a personal representative for your financial matters for the financial layer of protection; a Health Care Power of Attorney, which also identifies a personal representative to help make healthcare decisions in the event that those decisions are needed, as well as identifies personal preferences in relation to organ donation and cremation or burial; a will which also identifies a personal representative to handle your estate and identifies how your personal belongings should be disbursed. There are also options for deeds to protect your real property, beneficiary registrations for your businesses if applicable, or the option of a trust if an attorney and you feel like that is necessary.
It can be difficult to feel like you are planning for the end of life, and to consider the mortality of life, however; it is inevitable, and preparing your estate can protect your family from the stress of potentially having to go through probate litigation, and it is essential for the protection of your peace of mind so you can enjoy your everyday life.