Why You Need An Estate Plan Today
If you are young and in good health, you may believe that you do not need to create an estate plan just yet. But it is not wise to put off planning your estate until you are elderly or sick. Life is unpredictable. Though no one wants to think about death, it is a smart idea to create an estate plan today – in case you cannot make one tomorrow.
To create a will, trusts and other crucial estate planning documents, work with Anitra R. Price of Anitra R. Price, P.C. Based in Fayetteville, Ms. Price is the caring and experienced attorney you need on your side when planning for your future.
What Are The Components Of A Good Estate Plan?
Every estate is different, but most estate plans contain a few of the same elements. These include:
- Will: A will is a document that distributes your assets to certain beneficiaries after your death.
- Trusts: A trust is a financial tool that lets you leave assets to a beneficiary while avoiding probate.
- Health care proxy: Your health care proxy is someone who can make medical decisions for you if you become incapacitated.
- Power of attorney: Similarly, your power of attorney can make legal and financial decisions on your behalf if you no longer can.
Anitra R. Price, P.C., can explain these documents to you in greater detail and help you determine the best way to use them in your estate plan.
Guiding You Compassionately Through Probate
Going through probate is rarely easy, especially when you are also grieving the death of a loved one. Anitra Price provides caring and assured representation through every step of probate. She can assist you in every capacity, whether you are an executor, a family member or an interested party who needs to challenge a will.
Create Your Estate Plan – Seek Guidance For Probate
You do not need to create a will or attempt to go through probate on your own. Anitra R. Price, P.C., is here to be your ally. Call us at 770-461-0023 or send an email today to schedule an initial consultation at our firm in Fayetteville.