Stone | Dean’s Estate Planning Group provides a range of estate planning tools to assist our clients in post-mortem asset management. If you are married, have children, own a house or other property and want to designate who and when your beneficiaries will receive your assets, you may need a trust to avoid the expense of filing a probate action. If you become ill and incapacitated, you can dictate the kind of health care you want through a Durable Power of Attorney, and make sure your assets are properly handled by someone you trust through a Financial Power of Attorney.
Estate planning is not only for the wealthy. It is necessary for all of us to provide peace of mind, make sure our wishes are honored after our death, and to avoid unnecessary and expensive legal complications for our children and beneficiaries.
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