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Creating an estate plan unique to your needs and wishes

On Behalf of | Apr 26, 2023 | Estate Planning

For many individuals in Ohio, their financial wellbeing is paramount and the basis for many daily and year decisions. As such, protecting their finances, property and other assets is often the purpose and goal for creating an estate plan.

Whether you are young or old, rich or poor, healthy or ill, creating an estate plan helps you memorialize your wishes when it comes to the distribution of your assets. Furthermore, an estate plan puts plans in place when it comes to your medical care and creates legal authorization for an individual to make healthcare or financial decisions on your behalf if you cannot.

Creating an estate plan

An estate plan is unique and tailor-made to the individual and their wishes. At Rapier & Bowling Co., LPA, our skilled estate planning attorneys understand this, which is why we ensure the experience is personalized to each client.

We understand that drafting an estate plan is not always easy and free of complexities. It creates a situation where you are forced to think about your demise. Additionally, you could easily feel overwhelmed when having everything laid out in front of you.

Probate and your interests

By gaining a better understanding of your current situation and future goals, our law firm can help you gain a better understanding of everything your estate plan could include. We can assist with the drafting of a will, trusts, powers of attorney and a living will. Our goal is to ensure that your wishes are memorialized in writing to help create peace of mind for you now and after your passing.

We understand that probate is not an ideal process to put your heirs through. Therefore, we can help you establish mechanisms to avoid the process or ease the complexities if probate is deemed necessary. Finally, we can help ensure your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes through the creation of a will or including a trust in your plan.

No matter where you are in the estate planning phase, it is never too early to create one or too late to update a current plan. Therefore, it is imperative to explore your legal rights and options when it comes to protecting your rights and interests with an estate plan.