What should I know before consulting an attorney?

Posted On : June 15, 2010   By : RobG

What should I know before consulting an attorney?

Estate planning requires an understanding of how various areas of law may impact one’s estate, such as estate law, probate law, tax law, marital law, real estate law, and Medicaid law, among others. If you want to ensure that your needs and concerns are effectively considered and your rights and options clearly explained to you, it makes sense to consult with an attorney with experience in elder law matters. While most attorneys can prepare simple deeds, wills and powers-of-attorney, you need more than a product. You need a thorough professional review of your resources, needs and objectives by someone who understands, cares and will give you the peace of mind you’re looking for. Experience and excellence does cost a little more, but it is well worth it. Can you afford not to do it right?

Consulting with an experienced estate planning professional is the first step to determining what really needs to be done. Then, you will be able to make an informed decision and enjoy the benefit of being guided by someone who understands your needs and concerns. Ignorance may be bliss in certain instances, but in the case of estate planning, you may never know just how much the failure to act actually costs you.

A caring estate planning professional will not rush you into making a decision or pressure you to do something you are not comfortable with. Procrastination is your greatest enemy. Act now by scheduling a comprehensive estate planning meeting. Once you understand what needs to be done, you can proceed with Peace of Mind, knowing that your concerns will be addressed.

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