We Take The Confusion Out Of Estate Planning
No matter the value of your assets, everyone should have a comprehensive estate plan to ensure that your financial, legal and medical affairs will be handled on your terms should you become incapacitated or upon death. At Ally Legal Planning, we like to think of the cost of an estate plan as a one-time premium for the most important insurance you will ever purchase.
Depending on your unique circumstances, an estate plan may also include arranging for the care of your minor children and strategies to mitigate taxes and provide asset protection for you and your family. Every family has different concerns that need to be addressed in their estate plan. We take the time to get to know each of our clients on a personal level so we can work with you to develop an estate plan that is tailored to what matters most to you.
A Final Gift To Your Family
A well-thought-out estate plan that addresses all of your concerns is one of the greatest gifts you can give your family. The comfort in knowing that these details will be handled as smoothly and seamlessly as possible should the worst happen is invaluable. Although everyone’s situation is different, a comprehensive estate plan can include the following:
- Last will and testament
- Revocable trust
- Financial power of attorney
- Designation of guardian for you and/or your minor children
- Advanced medical directive, which includes the appointment of a health care agent and a living will
- Assistance with beneficiary designations
- Business succession planning
Start Planning Now
Don’t put off this important task. We can help take the stress out of estate planning. You can contact us for a free consultation by calling us at 410-826-1183 or by filling out this simple email form.