Do Not Hesitate To Call Your Estate Planning Attorney

Even if you've already gone through the process of setting up your estate plan, you should always feel free to give your estate planner a call when there are some additional questions or concerns that you may have. Here are a few examples of when it might be necessary to pick up the phone.

- Someone has named you as a trusted helper, like a guardian or executor, and you need to know what that position requires of you before you accept. Or if you just need someone to help guide you through the duties involved.

- You are getting a divorced or remarrying.

- You'd like to set up a gifting program to your children or grandchildren.

- You've heard about changes in the probate and tax laws and you need to know whether your plans are going to be affected.

There is absolutely no need for you to have any worries about your estate plans.

Contact our professional estate litigation offices and let our attorneys put your mind at ease.

*This blog entry was not written by an Attorney and should not be constituted as professional legal advice.

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