Planning for your family is of the utmost importance – as illustrated in this handy guide. We talk about how estate planning is for everyone and that you have an estate plan provided by the state if you don’t do the planning with a qualified and trusted estate planning attorney. At Parman & Easterday, we work diligently to listen to your unique situation and provide solutions that will ensure your family is protected in any case.
Estate plans are particularly important to those who wish to protect their families in the future, regardless of what the future might hold. In today’s first of a two-part discussion, we are going to look at some basic ideas underlying the estate planning process, and how creating a plan can help protect your family. It’s important to understand that should you not choose to craft an estate plan, default estate plans already apply to you. Every state has laws that determine who will inherit your property after you die. Unless you craft a plan of your own, you cannot make these choices for yourself and there is no way to change the choices these pre-existing laws have already made for you.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Everyone Has an Estate and a Plan
- Estate Plans Afford Protections to You and Your Family
- Young Children Are Especially Important
- Getting Started and Protecting Your Family
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Reach out to our caring staff so you can begin the process of planning for yourself and your family today. Whether you believe it or not, you have an estate and it calls for proper planning that addresses all your concerns Call our office at (405) 843-6100 or use our contact page to reach us for help in planning for your unique situation.
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