Planning Your Route
The seas can be unpredictable; you never know what could happen. Planning ahead is the most important thing you can do to prepare yourself and your loved ones if anything should happen to push you off course.
Anticipating and protecting your future financial stability can give you peace of mind, knowing that you will retain control over the distribution of your assets. Attorney Elizabeth Du Par has years of experience in estate planning in Northern California and statewide. She can help you set up a plan that is right for you and your family.
Protecting Your Ship
Nobody wants to consider the possibilities of what will happen to their estate when they are gone. However, leaving behind a considerable and solid estate plan for your loved ones is an excellent way to take care of them after you are gone.
To ensure that your family gets what they are supposed to, you must draft a will or trust that outlines precisely what your wishes are. If you fail to plan ahead, the California courts will make those decisions for you.
Documents in an estate plan typically include:
- A will, trust, or deeds
- Power of attorney
- Health care directive
Attorney Elizabeth Du Par will discuss your needs and tailor an individualized plan that will be right for you. She will work with you to customize an estate plan with the correct documents to suit your wishes.
Maintain Your Sails
Life is constantly changing. People enter and exit your life. You may get married and have children, you may get divorced, and you may gain or lose significant assets. Your estate plan should represent all these major life events.
Du Par Law can help you update and maintain your estate plan to match what is happening in your life. Navigating future decisions may seem daunting, but having the right attorney by your side to guide you through the waters can make the process easier and help you feel more secure in your future.
Getting You To Port
With the proper instructions in place, it will be easier to ensure that your loved ones receive the assets they are due. Elizabeth Du Par has the experience and resources you need to plan ahead to protect your wishes. Contact Du Par Law at 877-330-6062 or reach out online to schedule a prepaid consultation.