Growing Your Assets

A common misconception about estate planning is that it is only for people with vast, multi-million dollar estates. The reality is, if you have assets, you should have an estate plan. An example of estate planning is protecting what is likely the largest investment most people make: purchasing your home.
Think of estate planning like another form of insurance. There is water, fire, and even hurricane insurance for every possibility - why not prepare for something that is a certainty? Additionally, estate planning does not have to be limited to assets. It can provide a blueprint for the future and outline what may happen to you minor children in the case of misfortune.

Ask These Questions

Nearly 30% of people who do not have an estate plan say they do not have enough assets to justify it. But the bottom line is that all assets are worth protecting. You worked hard for your savings and your home — estate planning is there to safeguard them against every eventuality.

What Our Clients are Saying

“My wife and I were uncertain of what to do when her deteriorating situation resulted in her being admitted to a nursing home. We knew very little of the issues that could develop and especially the financing required, which was unplanned for by me. Fortunately for us, your office was recommended. Even more fortunately, Tammy Weber was selected as our elder law attorney. Over a series of meetings, she thoroughly explained the entire process. Her presentation of the details in legal requirements, the finances charted out, our questions answered without hesitation and her confident friendly manner, gave me assurance that she absolutely knew her profession. Our trust in attorney Tammy Weber was completely validated. She did outstanding work, and we are completely satisfied with her performance."


Unsure About What You
Need in an Estate Plan?

Everyone can benefit from estate planning documents, but every situation is different. Figuring out what documents make sense for you can be challenging and confusing. We’ve created this estate planning tool to help you decide.
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