Estate Law: Who Will Get Your Money after You’re Gone?
For most of your life, you’ve worked hard for your money. You want it to go to your family and loved ones after you . But if you don’t have a will, the government might make the decisions about who inherits your money – after the court pays itself and potential others first.
The Curry Law Group can assist you with making and preserving the decisions you make about your estate by drawing up your will and helping you with other estate planning strategies. Our experienced lawyers will explain how trusts may be able to strengthen your control over financial distributions and potentially reduce your estate’s expenses.
The inheritance of some investments, such as a 401k retirement account, is governed by other laws which may make it unnecessary, and perhaps even more costly to the estate, to include them within a will. Our lawyers can explain these laws and the importance of updating your beneficiary designations on same.
Just as every individual family is unique, the best estate plan for you and your family should be shaped to best fit your financial circumstances and personal goals. The Curry lawyers can help you understand your options and which ones may best fit your situation.
You also don’t want to be left unprotected in case there comes a time when you can no longer make your own medical or financial decisions. Our attorneys can draw up a power of attorney document so that the person or persons that you trust most will be able to make and implement important decisions for your well-being when you are most vulnerable.
When it comes to the future, the Curry lawyers are here to give you peace of mind for yourself and your family. Call us today to schedule an initial consult with one of our attorneys.
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