Planning Your Future Estate Planning

Montgomery County Estate Planning Lawyer

Make Plans for Your Family’s Future

Realizing you need to start planning your estate is a difficult step, but one that will ultimately result in peace of mind as you secure the financial future of yourself and your loved ones. By working with a knowledgeable Merion Station estate planning attorney now, you can help your family avoid the difficult task of putting your affairs in order after you pass or become incapacitated. This decision not only benefits them, but helps you plan for every contingency life might throw at you.

At Sallen Law, we offer free phone consultations to help you get started on your estate planning. Call us today at (215) 809-3900 to learn more.

Expecting the Unexpected

It’s an unlikely scenario, and hopefully one you will never have to experience, but there is a possibility that an injury or medical condition could render you incapacitated. When this happens, you may be rendered incapable of making important financial and medical decisions for yourself. Unfortunately, your spouse or children are not automatically given power of attorney in these situations, and they will have to fight a legal battle just so that they are given the legal right to provide you with the help you need. Thankfully, this scenario can be prevented by planning your estate.

With estate planning, you can determine:

  • Who will be given power of attorney for you in the event you are incapacitated
  • How your medical care will proceed in the event you are unable to communicate
  • How your finances will be handled during your incapacitation and who will have access
  • Who will pay bills on your behalf during your incapacitation
  • Who will take care of your children in the event both you and the other parent are incapacitated

These rules can also be put into effect in the event of your passing. While this are difficult questions to consider, leaving it up in the air only ends up causing more stress for you and your loved ones.

Planned Giving – Donating Your Estate to Charity

Many people choose to have a portion of their estate donated to a charitable cause. Not only does this greatly benefit a cause you care about, it also provides you with certain tax benefits during your lifetime. This is a great option if you are interested in supporting a cause that matters to you but are concerned that you may need the money for an unforeseen future expense.

We’re Ready to Help You Get Started. Call (215) 809-3900 Today!

There are many details that need to be addressed in an estate plan, and it’s hard to plan for all of them. At Sallen Law, our detail-oriented estate planning lawyer in Montgomery will walk you through every step of the process, ensuring you and your family will be well-taken care of as the years go by.

For a free phone consultation with our attorney, call (215) 809-3900 today!

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