When you think about estate planning, what’s the first thing you think of? For most people, it’s probably the last will and testament. The will is surely the most commonplace and widely recognized estate planning document, yet it hardly represents the full scope of what estate planning law is about.
On the contrary, advanced estate planning offers plenty of ways for you to prepare for an uncertain future. As such, it may not be enough to work with a will planning attorney. Instead, we would recommend discussing your needs with an estate planning attorney, who can provide you with a wider range of expertise.
To be clear, having a will is not necessarily bad. It’s certainly better than having no estate plan at all! For many individuals, however, a will alone is insufficient.
What does a will do, exactly? As you are probably aware, a will is a legal document that allows you to outline where your assets go when you die; essentially, it answers the question of who gets what. Additionally, you may use your will to specify guardianship of your children, should you and the other parent both die at the same time.
These are important considerations, but, as any estate planning lawyer will tell you, they don’t represent the full extent of what estate planning can be. Indeed, estate planning law also allows you to minimize tax burdens, protect your privacy, avoid probate court, and more… all things that you can’t do with a will alone.
The Advantages of Working with an Estate Planning Law Firm
By working with an estate planning lawyer, as opposed to just a will planning lawyer, you can reap the full benefits of the law. Some examples:
These are just a few examples of what you can accomplish when you work with an advanced estate planning lawyer and go beyond the last will and testament.
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To speak with an attorney from Singh Law Firm, reach out to us directly. We would love to fill you in on the benefits available to you through our knowledge of estate law. To schedule a consultation, please contact our estate planning law firm at your next opportunity.