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| Jan 28, 2016 | Estate Planning

One of the common misconceptions about estate planning is that it is put off mainly because it is a depressing process. Even though aging and our and inevitable mortality are somewhat depressing, many people put off estate planning simply because it is difficult.

Designing a comprehensive estate plan can involve numerous confusing and complex steps. An all-inclusive estate plan may include a will, inheritances, an advance directive, a trust and a long-term care plan. With so many elements to choose from, drafting a comprehensive and effective estate plan may seem like more trouble than it’s worth. Fortunately, working with an experienced elder law attorney can help make the process easier and more efficient.

Most people cannot deny that estate planning is important. The older we get the more important it becomes. After a lifetime of hard work and success, many seniors have substantial assets that must be protected in order to pass them on to loved ones. Estate planning and Elder Law attorneys have the knowledge and resources needed to draft a comprehensive plan that offers protection for all of your valuable assets.

Not only does a comprehensive estate plan help provide for your loved ones after you are gone, but it can also make the years leading up to your passing more comfortable. Working closely with an elder law attorney can help you decide which option for long-term care is best for you.

As overwhelming as the estate planning process may seem working with an attorney can help keep you on task. Looking out for your best interests, protecting your assets and providing for your loved ones are the three most important reasons to speak to an elder law attorney about your estate plan.