Trust Planning Pays Off Now and Later
After a long hot summer, we’re beginning to see the promise of fall. Children are returning to school, we’re having some milder weather in the mornings and evenings, and the holiday merchandise already on display in stores reminds us of a new season ahead. There’s a lot of activity all around us, and a a lot more clearly about to happen soon, as the year moves on.
This is a obviously certainty in our own lives, too. Just as we think we have things settled and just so, a new season arrives, things get busy, and our lives move forward. Our personal and family dynamics are always changing.
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. With proper planning you are able to enjoy life more in the present and also better enjoy your future.
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.
Many of our clients have shared with us how much more peace of mind they have after establishing a Revocable Living Trust. They, and their family members, have also shared with us how much they benefited later, during a time of facing illness or death of a loved one, by having their Estate Plans in place and current. The immediate and long-term benefits of Trust Planning helped them enjoy good times more and manage difficult times with more ease.
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.