Preparing for New Seasons of Life with Estate Planning
As this very hot and stormy summer is moving along, many of us are enjoying the typical rituals of celebrating holidays, going on vacations to the beach or mountains, and attending weddings and other celebrations with our family and friends. Some of us are seeing the young adults in our lives getting ready to start or return to school for fall semester, and many of us are also preparing for the fall and holidays as we see how quickly time passes.
Just as the seasons of the year seem to pass so quickly, we’re also seeing the seasons of our lives change as we witness rites of passage from graduations, marriages starting off, and retirements. Life does, indeed, seem to move pretty fast.
One of the best things we can all to to prepare for the inevitable changing seasons in our lives is to establish and update our Estate Plans. This is one of the most important and loving things that we can do for ourselves and our loved ones.
Many of our clients have shared with us how much more peace of mind they have after establishing a Revocable Living Trust and ensuring that all of their Estate Planning does are current and robust.
Revocable Living Trusts are an excellent way to address your, and your family’s, current and future needs. There are numerous benefits to Revocable Living Trusts that include flexibility to change and update them over time, privacy, avoiding probate, minimizing tax liabilities, and even preparing for the possible of incapacity and long-term care.
Our compassionate and caring Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney is here for you is sensitive to you and your family’s unique needs and concerns. He wants to help you be prepared for the changing seasons of your life and addressing your family’s ongoing needs and concerns.
Our Elder Law and Estate Planning Law Office has the knowledge, experience, and empathy necessary to guide you in preparing a Will or Trust, or in legally representing you in a Probate or Trust Administration. If you have any concerns about Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney, Designation of Health Care Surrogate, or managing the costs of long-term care, we are here for you. With offices, located in Orange Park and St. Augustine we are here to help you and your loved ones have more peace of mind.
Grady H. Williams, Jr., LL.M.: Your Florida First Coast Elder Law Attorney.