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It’s the holiday season…one of the busiest times of the year. So, it’s a pretty safe bet that folks are not spending time right now thinking about what would happen to their financial assets and material possessions after death. And, who could blame them? However, if you haven’t got a will or your will needs updating, “right now” is always the perfect time to formally document your wishes in a will or other legal estate planning documents.
When you meet with a lawyer to discuss different strategies and estate planning tools to help you accomplish your goals, you are giving your loved ones a powerful gift – one they will appreciate with an abundance of gratitude one day. You can be confident that your will and other documents will be professionally prepared, will comply with current state law, and will be tailored to meet your specific needs.
Whether your wishes are relatively simple or are more complex, begin the process now because there’s no time like the present.
Andrew is a member of the firm's Trust and Estates practice area. He primarily represents clients in matters involving estate planning, estate administration, special needs law and elder law. Originally from Grand Haven, Michigan, Andrew attended the University of Michigan, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He earned his J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law....LEARN MORE