The older you get, the more important it becomes to start planning for your future and the future of your family. You want to ensure that in the case of your death, your family will be taken care of and your assets will be distributed in accordance with your wishes. In order to elude any financial complications or misunderstandings of your final requests, it is crucial to begin developing a plan for what happens to your assets when you pass. At Welch Law Firm, our team of Omaha estate planning and probate attorneys can help you prepare a comprehensive and effective estate plan that protects your family and the sanctity of your final wishes.
At Welch Law Firm, we understand that planning for your eventual passing is not a top priority for most people. Frankly, talking or even thinking about one’s death is generally an uncomfortable topic, however, getting a plan together now can help prevent considerable complications and frustration for your loved ones in the event of your passing. Below is a collection of things that a will can do for you.
- List the beneficiaries of your property
- Choose guardianship of children
- Establish trusts
- Plan funeral arrangements
- Name executors and trustees
- Avoid probate
Dealing with legal matters in a time of grief is frustrating and difficult. Schedule a free consultation with an Omaha estate planning and probate attorney from Welch Law Firm today, and draft a plan to protect your assets and give your family peace of mind.