– President John F. Kennedy in his 1962 State of the Union Address.
This sentiment could not be more true when it comes to safeguarding and preserving your assets. When it comes to putting a plan in place to preserve, protect, and transfer your assets, there is no better the time than the present.
Preparation is the Best Protection
Planning ahead is very advantageous when it comes to even the simplest estate plan. A comprehensive, thought-out estate plan, which at a minimum includes a will, a durable power of attorney, and a health care proxy, is intended to serve as your parachute in case of the worst, and to provide for an orderly transfer of assets in all other situations, whether expected or unexpected.
Because an estate plan must be tailored to fit the specific needs of each client and their loved ones, it makes very good sense to work with an estate planning lawyer who will take the time to learn the intricate details of your family situation. In my 40 years of practicing law and serving the needs of all my clients, I have earned a reputation as a fair, knowledgeable, compassionate and accomplished attorney who brings unwavering dedication and commitment to every client I represent.
Take That Important First Step
Whether you need guidance and advice to prepare an estate plan, to probate a will, to administer and estate, to contest a will, or to develop and implement a strategic plan that will protect and preserve your assets and prevent them from being depleted by long-term health care needs, the important first step is to meet with a knowledgeable attorney. Contact me to schedule an appointment.
Call 914-831-6250 or email me at JGruner@Grunerlaw.com to schedule an appointment today.