Don’t Put It Off Any Longer
Many Americans, in particular, are uncomfortable talking about death and dying. Perhaps this is why many people put off estate planning. Some may be concerned about legal fees. Remember, though, that a well-crafted will and/or appropriate trust(s) will likely save the executor of your estate, and beneficiaries, time, and money at a time of sorrow. Putting your affairs in order with a will and/or trust(s) is a way of paying it forward and ultimately saving your family expenses at a difficult time.
Assuming you have assets like retirement accounts and real estate, spending on estate planning now is simply a way of economizing. If you die intestate, without a legally formalized will, your family will need to pay even more and waste valuable time settling your estate.
Turn to A Trusted Estate Planning Lawyer in Lynchburg
We will gladly discuss any other issues applicable to your situation as you prepare to update a will, create a will from scratch, set up a trust, or create powers of attorney. Call or email us to schedule a consultation.