Glen Burnie Estate Planning Attorneys
Draft a Comprehensive Plan to Protect Your Future
Having an estate plan in place can not only be a guide for your heirs, it can also serve to outline your wishes and put protections in place if you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. Many people underestimate the importance of having the documents and still others believe that they are solely for the elderly or infirm. On the contrary, devising your plan now, before it’s too late, can give you the peace of mind in knowing that your family or heirs, your assets, your business, your property, and your hard-earned legacy will be well-protected after you pass.
Contact our Glen Burnie estate planning attorneys for thoughtful guidance that listens to your wishes. Ward & Co., Chtd. can be reached by calling (410) 775-5955.
What Is a Complete Estate Plan?
Your estate plan will contain a number of documents according to your unique circumstances.
- A Will
- A Trust
- Financial and Healthcare Powers of Attorney
- A Living Will
These documents can be further customized depending on your needs. For example, you may need to include guardianship clauses for minor children or provisions for special needs individuals. Our Glen Burnie estate planning lawyers will sit down with you and discuss your options to create a plan that meets your goals.
Appointing an Executor, Trustee & Agents
A plan does much more than determine who among your heirs will get what. These documents will also appoint agents that will work on your behalf should you pass or become incapacitated. These trusted individuals will ensure that your wishes are carried out, which it is important to choose a friend or family member who has your best interests at heart.
Protecting Your Hard-Earned Legacy
You’ve worked hard to create a legacy to pass on to your loved ones and it is important that your assets, property, and heirlooms and personal effects are protected and passed to the people you care most about.
Let us help. Contact our Glen Burnie estate planning attorneys at Ward & Co., Chtd. for a free initial consultation.