Protecting Your Assets With A Personalized Estate Plan
Everyone would like to determine the future of their lifelong earnings and family heirlooms. It is important to establish a thorough estate plan while still in good mental and physical health to ensure that your wishes are documented and carried out.
The attorneys of Haberstroh, Sullivan & George, LLP, will guide you through this process so that your legacy is secure. We will sit down with you to discuss your estate planning goals and develop an individualized plan that can meet your family’s unique needs.
Sensible Estate Planning For The Future
Our dedicated lawyers will carefully evaluate your family’s needs to develop a personalized estate planning strategy that can address your goals. Depending on your situation, we may implement:
- Wills and trusts
- Living wills
- Powers of attorney
- Health care proxies
- Elder law assistance
- Probate and estate administration
Estate planning can assist with more than just the state of your assets. When your estate is properly set up, there will be no question what you desire in terms of end-of-life directives, donations to charity and who will serve as your power of attorney. These are important decisions that can impact your quality of life and the legacy you leave behind. Make sure that they are thoroughly documented in the event of unexpected death or incapacitation.
Regularly Update Your Estate Plan
Once you create an estate plan, it should be revisited and revised on a regular basis. We recommend reevaluating your existing plan every three to five years or in conjunction with major life changes. Divorce, marriage, the accumulation of significant assets, the birth of a child or grandchild are all milestones that require you to update your plan.
Contact Our Experienced Legal Team For Guidance
Call the Martinsburg office of Haberstroh, Sullivan & George, LLP, at 814-201-6838. You can also call our Altoona office at 814-201-6263 to discuss your estate plan with an experienced Pennsylvania lawyer. We can help eliminate the confusion of estate planning. For your convenience, you may contact our legal team online.