You don't need a small fortune for your loved ones to benefit from estate planning. An estate plan will give you piece of mind knowing that your affairs are in order, but it also provides many benefits to your family. It helps them avoid the delays of probate and choosing someone to administer your estate. Plus, it gives you the freedom to divide your assets among several beneficiaries should you choose to do so.
If you don't designate anyone to handle your affairs, whether its family or friends, there is a statutory order that the Probate Court will follow to determine who will receive your assets. And if there's no one and your assets go unclaimed, then the State will escheat your estate.
Maybe there is a family friend you want to give your assets to or a charitable organization. Don't leave a mess for your friends and family members to sort through. The time is now to get your affairs in order schedule your in-person meeting today call 740.346.2899.