Far too many adults leave estate planning to the last minute—or fail to plan at all. Either of these “strategies,” can result in significant problems for those left behind. Having an estate plan prepared is a caring, loving thing you can do for your loved ones in the event of your incapacitation or death.
When you fail to plan for your death or incapacitation, the state of Florida will step in and make decisions for you. The decisions made by the state of Florida may, in no way, be decisions you would make or would be happy with.
A much better plan is to take the time to speak with me. I will then help you craft an estate plan that is unique to your situation, your life, your level of assets, and your loved ones.
I understand that many adults have reservations about engaging in estate planning. Perhaps there doesn’t seem to be sufficient time to have an estate plan prepared, you think it will cost too much, you are afraid you don’t understand the process well enough, or you simply balk at facing your own mortality. I completely understand all these reasons and will help you get past them to have an estate plan prepared in the easiest manner possible.