Will And Estate Documents: Creating A Path For Peace Of Mind
Planning for the future is part of a responsible way of life for all adults. Couples, parents, business partners and real estate owners realize they owe it to those who will survive them to make arrangements for a seamless transition of assets. They recognize the importance of setting up guardianships for children in the event that their minor children should be left without parents.
At the Law Offices of Maribeth Blessing, LLC, we are frequently asked questions concerning estate planning, trusts and wills. Are you interested in protecting what is yours? Would you like to ensure that your assets go to the right people upon your death? Are you prepared for the unexpected? Our lawyers can answer your questions about wills, trusts and other estate planning tools and help you prepare wills and estate planning documents to give you peace of mind.
Preparing For The Unexpected
Death, physical incapacitation or the inability to handle one’s own affairs can come suddenly and unexpectedly to anyone through serious accidents, violent assaults or other fatal events. Persons preparing to go overseas for military duty understand the importance of preparing life insurance, trusts and other documents to provide for their loved ones “just in case.” As painful as it can be to contemplate personal disasters, it is also important to face the reality of the difficulties that people involved in our business and family partnership agreements could face if we fail to plan ahead thoughtfully.
We help clients create will and estate documents that meet their goals for the future, including drafting and reviewing:
- Testamentary trusts for children and pets
- Living wills/advance directives for health care
- Durable powers of attorney
Most people do not need extensive estate plans. Instead, a few well-drafted simple will and estate documents will provide them with the planning and protection they need. At the Law Offices of Maribeth Blessing, LLC, we offer a simple package to clients for a flat fee ($1,000 for couples, $750 for individuals). If you don’t need an entire package, we can also prepare one or two estate documents for you, depending on your needs.
Contact Us For More Information
Our Philadelphia, Bucks, and Montgomery County wills and trusts attorneys at the Law Offices of Maribeth Blessing, LLC, offer a comprehensive array of contractual agreements, which will allow for asset protection for spouses, children and business partners when the time comes.
Find out how we can help you plan for the future by preparing a simple will, a living revocable trust, and durable financial powers of attorney tailored to your particular family, partnership agreement and business contract needs. Let us help you prepare an advance medical directive (“living will”) and medical power of attorney to complete your estate planning package. Our office is conveniently located in Rockledge, Pennsylvania.