Life happens. We can get so caught up in our jobs and our kids that we forget to put an estate plan in place. It is easy to push this to the side and not think about it. But you are really doing a disservice to your family. If you don't have a plan, how are they supposed to know what to do if you become unable to make decisions for yourself? What happens when you are no longer here? This plan, simple or complicated, is your blue print to show people what to do on your behalf. It protects you and your family from the unexpected things that happen in life.
At Weinstein & Randisi, we are an estate planning law firm. We know the questions to ask and are not afraid to delve deeply to assist you in coming up with a good plan that includes a will, a power of attorney and even a health care proxy. All of these documents are just a part of the overall picture. Do you know who you want your executor to be? Have you approached him or her about this?
Our attorneys have experience in this area of law. We know that you may need some help and that is what we are here for. We can help you decide what your legacy will look like. Putting a will in place is probably the most important part of an estate plan.
It tells your heirs who gets what when you pass away. We know that in their time of grief, they will not want to fight over who gets dad's car and who is going to hold the estate sale once you are gone. It makes it easier on them by putting all your thoughts down on a legal document.
To learn more, take a look at our webpages on estate planning.