Providing Peace of Mind Through Wills, Trusts & Estate Plans
Estate plans, wills and trusts are not just about expressing your final wishes regarding your funeral or listing those who will receive your assets after you are gone. At the law firm of Emily R. Taylor, Attorney PLLC, we will explain how an estate plan can help you:
- Designate who will make decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so yourself
- Determine who will provide care for your minor children after you are gone
- Ease the probate or trust administration process for those left behind
- Provide for a child with special needs
- Ensure that children from a prior relationship will receive a rightful portion of your assets
- Attain peace of mind about your family’s financial future
- Greatly reduce the likelihood for guardianships and conservatorships in the probate court
- Provide directives regarding end-of-life care
Contrary to popular belief, long-term care planning can be essential regardless of your your age, financial resources and income level. If you suffer a disability in the future, a plan you set up today can outline your desires and help ensure that you and your family will have the ability to protect your interests and utilize the necessary legal authority to plan and receive all benefits to which you may be entitled.
Review our Frequently Asked Questions and call us at 480-699-3145 to schedule a complimentary estate planning consultation to learn more!
One of the most important planning tools is a power of attorney - the most common pertain to health care and financial decisions.
Here's a list of frequently asked questions and answers to help you prepare for your Estate Planning consultation.