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Did you know that your estate plan is one of the most important set of documents you can create in your lifetime?
Whether you are 20 years old or 90 years old, taking time to consider your estate planning needs is an important measure. At Bennett Guthrie PLLC, we will take the time to go over your estate planning documents in detail so you can make important decisions, document what you’d like your family and medical professionals to know, and feel confident that you have a clear plan of action for your estate in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area.
The purpose of estate planning is to ensure that your assets end up with the intended beneficiary or beneficiaries. If you do not create your own estate plan, then your assets will be distributed according to a detailed allocation process established by law (intestate succession laws). Such intestate succession laws could distribute your assets in a way you never intended and could create family disputes and costly litigation. Some people attempt to develop their own estate plan without the benefit of expert legal advice, but such attempts often lead to unnecessary complications and expense for their families following their deaths.
Our lawyers at Bennett Guthrie PLLC will assist clients to make sure your estate plan does what you want it to. We will help you establish a comprehensive estate plan that fits your unique situation through the preparation of wills, trusts, financial powers of attorney, and health care powers of attorney.
If you are ready to feel relieved and protect your family, call us at Bennett Guthrie PLLC for an appointment to discuss an estate plan that works for you. To help you prepare for the appointment, please download our estate planning worksheet today!
At Bennett Guthrie PLLC, we provide estate planning services to all of North Carolina, including Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Clemmons, Mocksville, Lexington, Kernersville, King, and High Point.