Planning for your family’s financial future is not just for the one percent; it’s important for everyone especially if you have a spouse or children.
The reality, of course, is that most people do procrastinate and never get around to estate planning until it is too late. There are many reasons why this happens. Perhaps you are under the impression that it is too expensive. Maybe you just don’t want to think about death because it’s unpleasant or feel that because you are young and healthy, there’s plenty of time to worry about the future later.
Unfortunately, you could be wrong, and your family could be in for a surprise. Because if there’s no estate plan in place, then state laws dictate how your assets and property are divvied up -- not you or your family.
If you’re ready to start planning for your loved ones’ financial future, you probably have plenty of questions. The good news is that we have answers. We’ve developed relationships with investment advisors, attorneys, and other financial professionals so that we are able to develop a long-term estate plan that meets the individual needs of every client. We also stay current on tax law changes that affect estate planning.
Here’s what else we do for you:
If you haven’t developed an estate plan, it’s not too late.
Call our office and schedule a consultation today because you and your loved ones have nothing to lose, but everything to gain.