29 September 2011 0 Comments

Understanding estate planning documents

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Estate planning details what your wishes are for after you die – who will get your property, money, assets, etc.  It also covers what will happen if you can no longer make decisions for yourself.  It provides for the efficient transfer of your assets after your death.

It is wise to draw up your estate plan early on – an individual must have the capacity to understand what they are doing in order to execute an estate plan.

Postponing the decision to prepare and execute your estate plan can result in the loss of the ability to implement these documents.

If you want to create an estate plan, contact a Riverside Family Law attorney who has experience in drawing up estate planning documents and will answer any questions you may have concerning your wishes after you have gone.

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