Wills and Revocable Living Trusts: What Does it All Mean?
Estate planning can be overwhelming, as it forces you to think about how you would like your assets distributed upon your death, plus other issues mentioned below. Of course, some people also put this off because they are confused by what it means to have a Will versus a Revocable Living Trust or other type of Trust, not to mention they are unknowing about the process of probate.
Some people assume that estate plans are only for the wealthy. Yet, most everyone should have an estate plan.
Consider creating an estate plan if you:
Here are the documents you should consider:
Take Care of Your Estate Planning With an Experienced Estate Planning Lawyer
When you decide to take care of your estate planning, it is best to work with a lawyer who can draft your Will, Trust, Durable Power of Attorney, and Advance Directive, and provide you with confidence that everything in your estate plan is in order. Roger K. Evans will provide you with 39+ years of experience helping people in the Willamette Valley and beyond with their estate planning needs so that your plan will work as you expect it to, protecting your assets and your family should anything ever happen to you.