Planning is important – especially if you have children, property, or need to make sure you are protected from future events. A qualified estate planning attorney can assist you with the creation of an estate plan that helps you plan for any inheritances you want to pass on, guardians for your minor children, making decisions for your future and your family’s futures, and why it is necessary to begin the planning process today, not tomorrow. Our estate planning attorneys at Parman & Easterday are interested in learning about your specific situation so we can help you plan for any possibility.
One of the most important topics that estate plans allow you to address is the question of inheritance. Like many other estate planning issues, the state already has laws that determine your inheritance choices. Many people are surprised by this fact. For example, you might be surprised to learn that should you die, your spouse might inherit all or a significant portion of your property even if you specifically stated you wanted others to inherit from you specifically stated you wanted others to inherit from you.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Your Estate Plan and Your Inheritance Choices
- Decision Making
- Start Planning Today, Not Tomorrow
Contact Parman & Easterday Today
If you have taken the time to read our free report, then it is very likely that you now understand the key elements of an estate plan and why you need to start the process today. Contact our office at (405) 843-6100 to learn about how we can help you begin the process and craft an estate plan that takes into account all of life’s possibilities. Your life, family, and estate are important – so it is necessary to take action and make sure you have a plan in place today.
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