Begin Preparing For Your Future With Estate Planning
There are a lot of misconceptions about estate planning. You should know that anyone, whether they have a large or modest estate, can benefit from estate planning, and now is the best time to get started.
At Tilley Deems & Trotter, LLC, we are a team of dedicated Georgia lawyers who are committed to helping our clients properly secure their futures. We know how difficult things can be for loved ones if you do not have an estate plan in place. We can help you act today to answer the important questions of tomorrow.
How Estate Planning Can Benefit You
Proper estate planning goes much further than just making a will. We can help you prepare for the most difficult scenarios with our experience in:
- Trusts – A trust is different from a will, as it is an account that can distribute to a property or beneficiary before or after you pass on. You can establish when a trust pays out, such as a certain age for a beneficiary, or when a certain event happens, like college graduation.
- Wills – This is the most common tool used in estate planning. A will determines who will inherit what from your estate after your passing, and it also keeps loved ones from arguing about your last wishes.
- Power of attorney – When you are not able to make decisions on your own, you can grant someone the legal authority of being a power of attorney. This will grant your chosen person (like a trusted loved one or a lawyer) the ability to make financial decisions on your behalf.
- Health care directives – In times of a tragic accident or illness, you may not be able to communicate on your own when it is time to make serious decisions like whether you want to continue life support. These “living wills” will relieve the burden on your loved ones of making major decisions.
There is no telling what life may bring to you tomorrow, so why not prepare yourself by acting today? We take the time to truly understand your unique needs then create a custom plan for you to help you meet your personal goals.
Begin Your Planning With Us
If you are looking for experienced and compassionate guidance in your estate planning needs, visit our FAQ or contact us to schedule your free initial consultation today.
Call us at 770-382-6144, or email us at this link to meet with us at our office in Cartersville. We will take the time to sit down with you and create an estate plan to meet your needs.