The Peace of Mind Long-Term Planning Provides
We’re reminded frequently that life has a lot of ups and downs. The joyous celebrations of weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, baptisms, and even retirements give us the chance to enjoy happy milestones. Also, the more somber rituals of funerals and visiting with loved ones who are struggling due to illness or injury remind us of how precious and vulnerable our lives are.
While it’s tempting to just focus on the happy times in life, it’s so important not to ignore or try to pretend away the challenges we all must face. Addressing these more difficult aspects of our lives can actually help us enjoy the really good moments even more.
One way that you can improve your life and help your family is relieve stress and any unnecessary hardship by being prepared for the future and the difficult realities of life.
It will help you immensely if you to take the time to think about, and discuss, Estate Planning and how our Elder Law Attorney can help you and your loved ones have the significant gift of peace of mind by addressing the important need of being prepared for an unexpected illness, injury, or death. Addressing any concerns you have about your and your family’s health, financial situation, and plans for the future through holistic Estate Planning is one of the most important and practical things you can do.
One way many of our clients have done this practical long-term planning is through establishing or updating a Trust. Trusts allow flexibility in planning and can help through your lifetime, after your death, and even throughout your loved ones lives as well.
By making your wishes clear, and having important documents in place, you can relieve stress and anxiety for your loved ones during a time of illness or incapacity. This important planning will also help them better manage in the event of your death. It truly is a gift of love that benefits everyone in your family.
Our Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney has the knowledge, experience, and empathy necessary to guide you in preparing a Trust and Will, or in legally representing you in a Probate or Trust Administration. With offices located in Orange Park and St. Augustine, we provide compassionate and caring help with your Estate Planning and Elder Law needs.
Grady H. Williams, Jr., LL.M.: Your Florida First Coast Elder Law Attorney.