57% of people in the United States do not have any sort of formal estate plan. 92% of adults between the ages of 18 and 35 do not even have a will. These people are leaving themselves and their families at risk.
Until May 31st, McNeice Wheeler Green, PLLC is conducting a special “clinic” and will be providing families with a complete estate planning package for a discounted flat fee. For $495.00, you and your spouse will both receive a will, including a simple testamentary trust for any minor children, a durable power of attorney, and a health care power of attorney/health care directive. Call today to find out more.
People do not realize how dangerous it is for themselves, and for their families, not to have an estate plan. Without having these properly drafted documents people run many risks, including: not having their children cared for according to their wishes (or even becoming wards of the state); not having the proper decisions made in emergency medical situations; not having provisions in place for financial and other decisions to be made in the event they are unable to do it themselves; and countless other uncertainties. By spending a little time with a knowledgeable attorney, and having the proper documents drawn up, you can rest assured that your family, your assets, and your health will all be taken care of as you see fit if the worst should happen unexpectedly.
Call or email McNeice Wheeler Green, PLLC before May 31st and mention this post, and you and your spouse can receive a full estate planning package for a discounted price. The package will include a Last Will and Testament, including a simple testamentary trust for minor children if appropriate, a Durable Power of Attorney, and a Health Care Power of Attorney. The documents will ensure that your assets are passed on according to your wishes; that your children are cared for by the guardian you wish, and in the manner you desire; and that all financial, medical and business issues can be taken care of according to your wishes in the event you become incapacitated. Make sure that you and your family are protected.