Planning for the Future

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No matter your age, the state of your health, or the size of your estate, it is never too early to plan for the future.

An unexpected event may temporarily or permanently render you incapable of making important decisions about your assets and your health. It is important to name the people you want to make those important decisions on your behalf and make your wishes known to them in legally binding estate planning documents. Being prepared in this way will save your loved ones the anguish of making decisions about your well-being when you are unable to give input.

Being prepared in death is equally important to minimize strain on your family. Done right, an estate plan will provide a smooth transition of your assets to the people of your choosing, without the necessity of a costly probate estate. Peace of mind that comes with a thorough and well-considered estate plan is invaluable to you and your loved ones. At Fernandez Elder Law LLC, we provide customized estate plans based on each client’s unique circumstances and goals.

As an experienced lawyer, I can prepare the following estate plan documents:

  • Last Will and Testament
  • Revocable Living Trust
  • Irrevocable Trust
  • General Durable Power of Attorney
  • Power of Attorney for Healthcare
  • Asset Preservation Trust

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I can help you work through difficult family situations that may impact your decisions.

To learn more about Estate Planning, contact my office at 314-328-7164 or send us an email.