We all know we should have a will. It requires minimal time and effort to prepare, but far-reaching implications when we don’t. A power of attorney may not seem necessary, but in the event of a catastrophic incident, it can be invaluable. Estate planning may not seem important, but it may help you avoid expensive probate proceedings, or it may also have costly tax implications. These topics are not complex concepts beyond your understanding but are the basic building blocks of structuring an estate plan designed to allow you to maintain control over some of the most fundamental decisions of your life. Your health care is your decision. How your assets are distributed after your death is your decision. Saving taxes is common sense.
At Campbell Law Group, we are committed to assisting our clients in the preparation of their estate plan. We are dedicated to the fundamental principle that we ultimately should control the critical aspects of our private lives. We offer a comprehensive approach to streamline the process of reviewing your circumstances to determine the best approach for you. There is peace of mind knowing that should the unexpected happen, your affairs are in order.