When most people hear the term "Estate Planning," they often think of plannng meant only for the very wealthy, or the older set. But let me tell you, nothing could be further from the truth. Age and wealth are not the greatest factors in determining your need for estate planning; proper Estate Planning is essential for almost everyone, and covers much more ground than just a simple Last Will and Testament. Nominating a guardian for your child(ren), organizing your assets in order to avoid costly probate and estate taxes, and getting your essential medical directives in order are just a few things that a well-planned estate can involve.
But despite its great importance, estate planning is something that is often misunderstood, overlooked, or just plain ignored. So I've created some resources that may make this essential topic more interesting, and relevant to you and yours. Enjoy! OUR CASES TESTIMONIALS
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Joan A. Watters, Esq.
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