To make sure you or your family are never victims, remember these tips:

1. Work with a qualified estate planning attorney, and don’t try to save money with a do-it-yourself will kit on the Internet. Estate planning is a very complex area of law, and the rules are different in each state.

2. Take your time. Don’t put this off, but don’t be in a rush. Quality estate planning attorneys understand when you need additional information about their services and will work with you so you’re comfortable with your decisions.

3. Ask questions. A qualified estate planning attorney has years of legal training and experience and should explain all of your planning options, as well as the potential outcomes for each.

4. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Someone who is unlicensed or unqualified might offer you a super duper deal, but what are you really getting?

A qualified estate planning attorney will work with you to put a sound strategy together that carries out your wishes and meets the needs of your family without any stress or worry.

Philip J. Kavesh
Nationally recognized attorney helping clients with customized estate planning guidance for over 40 years.
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