No matter your age or health, you can benefit from an Estate Plan. Most people don't consider their plan until close to retirement age. We believe it is better to create a plan early. A good estate plan can last your lifetime and be flexible and amendable to change as your life circumstances evolve. You don't need to have a vast accumulation of wealth to justify an estate plan. Even the most modest estates can benefit from a simple, well thought out plan. One thing people often overlook is having a plan for their minor children. Designating legal guardians to prevent future family disputes may be the most important gift you can give your children.
Estate planning documents, such as trusts and health care directives, aren't just helpful to your family after you pass away. They also help you maintain control over your estate and health during your lifetime.