Estate Planning and Document Preparation
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When some people hear the word "estate," they think of an English Tudor home tucked in a beautifully landscaped countryside with horses grazing nearby and a luxury car parked in the circular driveway. That's not what we mean. Everyone who owns any property at all has an estate. Actually, your estate is anything you own: your car, your bank account, or that English Tudor home. Estate planning, then, involves planning to take care of yourself and your property, both during your life and after your death.
At Roberson Law we are concerned that too many people and families do not have an estate plan. Not planning can have very serious consequences, some of which we will later discuss. There are several reasons why people do not have an estate plan. The primary reason is that people do not want to think or talk about disability and death. They suspect that planning for disability and death will make them happen. Actually, the opposite is true. People who are able to confront their fears openly and honestly are physically, psychologically, and spiritually healthier, and therefore less likely to die or become disabled, than those who procrastinate planning because of their fears, because unresolved conflict can produce illness.
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