Getting one’s estate prepared for distribution isn’t the only objective of estate planning. A person’s estate plan should address the possibility of his or her physical or mental disability too. We can prepare a durable power of attorney and health care power of attorney in the event that you become incapacitated and cannot speak for yourself and attend to your affairs. These documents can help avoid the delay and expense of court-appointed guardianship or conservatorship.
Without an estate plan, your estate can lose substantially more money than you would spend on one. With an estate plan, you’ll know exactly how things will be distributed after your death. You can even avoid the dreaded probate court system. We provide thorough, knowledgeable and practical counsel on planning the execution of your estate.
Contact Rostad Law, LLC to learn more about how you can prepare for the future.