Estate Planning

By: Pudyk Law Office, PLLC  08/29/2014
Keywords: Wills, Power Of Attorney, Estate Planning Attorney

Estate plans express your wishes for your assets at the time of your death. What if something happens to you? If you unexpectedly die or become incapacitated, physically or mentally, who would you want to make the decisions regarding you or the care of your children? Would you rather have someone you've legally appointed or someone that the court has appointed on your behalf? Estate planning is typically less expensive and more convenient for you and your loved ones. Do not leave important decisions regarding the disposition of your assets, the care of yourself or more importantly the care of your minor children to the government. Estate planning is affordable and will provide you with peace of mind.

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