Do You Need An Estate Plan?

Anyone over the age of eighteen who has accumulated assets, can benefit from a well thought out estate plan. It is especially important that anyone who has dependents, whether they be minor children or disabled adults, plan for the care and costs associated with caring for their dependents so that those dependents are taken care of in the event of sudden illness, disability or death. Once beneficiaries have reached adulthood, it is still wise to protect their potential assets via a good estate plan. Bad decisions, outside influences, creditor problems and divorce are all factors that commonly deplete inheritances prematurely.

Many of us have personally experienced or have family or friends who have experienced, significant stress, expense and spent far too much time dealing with the affairs of a loved one after their sudden illness, disability or death. Appointing someone to take care of your affairs in the event that you are not able can be one of the most important steps you take to prevent this. Designating who will get what as well as when and how they will receive it is another important gift you can give to those you leave behind after your death.

Please contact attorney, Janel F. Chin via telephone (406-207-6462) or Email
(peaksandvalleyslegalservices@gmail.com) to learn more about why a Peaks and Valleys Estate Plan could be an important asset for your family.

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