Hartland Estate Planning Lawyer
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If you were involved in a tragic accident, would your loved ones be protected in the future and understand what to do with your estate? Rather than make the grieving process more difficult for your family members by making your personal assets subject to probate, you must create an estate plan which helps your loved ones fulfill your wishes after you pass away or lose the ability to communicate.
At Kitzke & Canfield LLC, we believe that it is never too early to plan for your family’s future. With more than three decades of legal experience, our Hartland estate planning attorney can assess your situation, listen to your concerns, and develop an estate plan which addresses your needs. The sooner you speak with our lawyers about your estate plan, the sooner you can protect your loved ones and legacy from the unexpected.
The Benefits of an Estate Plan
Your estate consists of everything you own, such as your home, car, bank accounts, investments, life insurance, and personal assets. An estate plan ensures your personal assets are given to those you wish to have them and when they can receive your belongings.
The following are the benefits of good estate planning:
- Determines how your assets are divided and who receives them when you pass away
- Determines the type of medical care you wish to receive when you become incapacitated
- Names a guardian for your minor children
- Protects your loved ones from a hotly contested probate dispute
- Minimize taxes, court fees, and other legal costs
Estate planning is not only reserved for wealthy individuals and those who have reached retirement age. We can never predict how long we will live and what type of accidents and illnesses that can happen in our lives.
Our Hartland estate planning lawyers offer basic estate plans and advanced estate plans. These plans can protect your family and what you’ve built.
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In addition to estate planning, we also deal with elder law and real estate transactions. Whether it’s probate or business law, our legal team can guide our clients through the complexities of the legal process to help them obtain the outcome they desire.