Welcome back! Our estate lawyers in Raleigh NC are back with more information to help you properly plan your estate during 2015. There are several important documents that should be put in place while estate planning. Among those that we mentioned in our last post, there are also a few more, below that should be considered, as well.
If you missed our last blog post, feel free to visit back to it before moving on. You might find that you've left something out of your own estate plan that you need to go back and add. If you're just starting out with estate planning, the documents below are important parts of estate planning that should be considered and thought about with care.
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Designating a Guardian – An untimely death can leave your children without a parent. It's important to select a guardian that can care for your children when you pass. This individual should be someone that you trust to raise your children as their own. They could make financial decisions for them, as well as other life decisions. Should you not designate a guardian for your children before unexpectedly passing, the court system may lack guidance for making arrangements for your child's care. They might end up with strangers or in foster care until a costly court hearing can rule differently.
Trusts – Those that have children need to consider a trust. Trusts are designed to properly care for your children after you've passed until they're of age or mature enough to care for themselves, financially.
No matter if you're married, single, wealthy, a parent, it's important for all adults to have an estate plan and the proper documents in place at the beginning of each year. If you're ready to begin planning your estate, contact our estate lawyers in Raleigh NC, today.
For more information on the essential estate planning documents that you should put in place, visit back with our blog soon. Our estate planning lawyer in Raleigh NC will offer more documents and explanations of them.
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As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have about estate planning. Also contact our estate lawyers in Raleigh NC to schedule a consultation if you have yet to start estate planning. It's never too early to make plans for your wishes upon death. In addition, our attorney in Raleigh NC is here to help you with all your legal matters, whether it be estate planning, trademarking, copyrighting, or DWI issues.