Do I need to plan for my estate?

Chances are you asked this question because you heard an ad on the radio or just got done talking to your father about such a thing, or perhaps you just lost a loved one and it got you thinking about yourself. Whatever it was that brought you to this question, the fact is that you are thinking it. The truth of the matter is that when you pass on, is your estate and family taken care of? This can be a very daunting time for your loved ones and the last thing that you want them to have to deal with are the unexpected costs or loss of your family estate.

Planning for your estate can mean several things. This can be planning for yourself medically so in the even that an accident renders you incoherent to the point where you cannot speak for yourself, you will already have your wishes and decisions figured out so that your family will not have to decide for you. This can also mean planning for your distribution of assets so that they are in the right hands. Often times, the division of your assets is carried out by a personal representative, usually from what has been stipulated in the will. This is all taken care of through putting together an effective estate plan.

As times get tough, it is important to have compassionate representation to assist you in these matters. The right Michigan estate planning attorney can assist you and your family in setting up the best plan that works for you. Don't let the opportunity pass you by until it is too late to plan. Start today by calling The Law Offices of Stuart Lee Sherman, P.C. today to see how we can help you plan for your estate.

Categories: Estate Planning