Wills and Trusts
While most people prefer not to think about it, all of us will at some time in our lives have to either deal with or consider the death of a loved one. We will also all have to consider the possibility of our own death. Ignoring the realities of life will not alter the eventual outcome.
Recent events have shown us that the unexpected happens. Preparation is therefore key. If you and your loved ones are not prepared, the State will decide what to do with your property upon your death. A Will and an Estate Plan are the keys to avoiding the State controlling the distribution of your property. They ensure that your wishes are followed upon your death.
If you possess property, there is simply no reason for you not to have a Will and an Estate Plan. If you already have a Will, you should review it and your Estate Plan periodically, as upon such events as marriage, divorce, birth of a child, or the death of a spouse, to ensure that it continues to reflect your intentions.
The Law Offices of Miller & Miller can assist you in planning your estate. We have helped numerous clients prepare such important documents as wills, trusts, living wills, health care proxies, and powers of attorneys. We also have extensive experience in the administration of estates including probate. If you wish to be prepared and ensure that your rights, desires, family, and loved ones, are protected, I encourage you to contact Miller & Miller today.