Cook, Susan P Attorney

Phone: 503 581-6878

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Mon - Fri 09:00 - 17:00"
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Address: 117 Commercial St NESalemOR97301

Monday - Friday
09:00 - 17:00

Saturday - Sunday
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Cook, Susan P Attorney
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117 Commercial St NE, Salem OR, 97301
 

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• What is estate planning? You may not be thinking ahead to estate planning right now, but there are some quick and easy tasks you should take care of to make sure your future is in order, even if you don't have a lot of assets and aren't all that worried about the future. Estate planning is preparing a plan for transferring property acquired during one's lifetime at the time of one's death. Your goals in estate planning should be to make known how you want your possessions to go to your loved ones upon your death. Some tools of estate planning include wills, powers of attorney, trusts and joint ownership of assets. Why is it important to prepare a will? If you pass away without a will, you are said to be intestate. In this case, your property is distributed according to the laws of your state. By having a valid will, you can control who get what, rather than allowing the state to make those choices for you

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    • What is estate planning? You may not be thinking ahead to estate planning right now, but there are some quick and easy tasks you should take care of to make sure your future is in order, even if you don't have a lot of assets and aren't all that worried about the future. Estate planning is preparing a plan for transferring property acquired during one's lifetime at the time of one's death. Your goals in estate planning should be to make known how you want your possessions to go to your loved ones upon your death. Some tools of estate planning include wills, powers of attorney, trusts and joint ownership of assets. Why is it important to prepare a will? If you pass away without a will, you are said to be intestate. In this case, your property is distributed according to the laws of your state. By having a valid will, you can control who get what, rather than allowing the state to make those choices for you

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