Estate planning ensures that your property is properly managed, accumulated, and distributed upon your death with maximum ease and minimal costs, delays, and problems. Additionally, estate planning allows you to provide for and designate guardians for minor children, plan for incapacity, medical care decisions, maintain privacy protection, and minimize or eliminate creditor claims.
With proper planning you can minimize or totally eliminate estate taxes, probate fees, and court costs. Poor planning will result in unnecessary taxes, fees, costs, and judicial involvement, which can increase anxiety and stress to you and your family.
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