Take Care Of Your Future By Creating An Estate Plan Now

Planning for your future and for the future of your heirs can be a daunting task. Intimidated by the prospect of thinking about unknowns, many people put off estate planning as long as possible — sometimes too long.

It may be too late if you become incapacitated due to a disability or illness. Wills made while a person is having mental difficulties later in life can be easily challenged by heirs. Dying intestate, or without a will, can make things very difficult for your family. For example, what happens to your minor children if you and your spouse pass away? Which one of your nephews gets your classic car? Who will inherit your valuable stock options or investment accounts?

Unless you put these and similar decisions in writing, your wishes will be open to question, leading to potentially costly and damaging disputes.

How We Can Help

At Brummund Law Office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, we can help you plan for the future through a comprehensive estate plan. Our lawyer will review your situation and give you honest, clear advice about how to protect yourself and preserve your wealth for your heirs. We can help you put into place tools such as:

The Benefits Of A Well-Crafted Estate Plan

Estate planning doesn't have to be intimidating or uncomfortable. In fact, most people find the process empowering. By stating your wishes in writing now, you protect yourself, making your intent for your later years absolutely clear. You also protect your family by removing a lot of uncertainty of what to do. A well-crafted estate plan will prevent potential arguments that could otherwise lead to permanent rifts between family members.

Estate planning also has important financial benefits. Certain trusts, for example, can reduce your tax obligations. You can tailor your approach to ensure that the wealth you have worked so hard to build doesn't get wasted.

It's never too soon to begin an estate plan. Take the time now to make important choices for yourself and your family, while you are still "of sound mind and sound body."

Once you have an estate plan in place, you will feel much better about the future. You will have peace of mind knowing you have made well-informed decisions and provided for your loved ones.

Don't Put It Off Any Longer

Discuss your estate planning needs with our attorney during a free initial consultation. Call 414-988-3382 or fill out our contact form online.

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