Preparing You for Certainties. And Uncertainties.
A good estate plan is more than just writing a “Simple Will” and locking it away until your passing. A good estate plan is a living document, to be updated as your life updates, ensuring you’re prepared for contingencies such as a healthcare emergency where a family member may need to make medical decisions for you. As with insurance, estate planning can be a difficult subject, and the Estate Planning attorneys partnered with Capital Conclusions listen with compassion as they guide you through the myriad of details involved.
Flexibility. Simplicity. Security.
Most people think you only need to prepare an estate plan for retirement. But, just like saving for retirement, the earlier you develop an estate plan, the better. Life happens fast. Marriage and children, owning a home and a business, changing locations and jobs, health issues, and, yes, even your eventual retirement all have an impact on your financial profile. Estate planning touches on virtually every aspect of your life, and a plan should evolve as you do. Attorneys simplify what can be a complex process, by attending to the legal details and preparing the proper documentation, to give you a sense of security throughout the course of your life.
- Living Wills
- Pour-over Wills
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Proxy
Please consult legal or tax professionals for specific information regarding your individual situation.