How To Begin Estate Planning
At Kentucky ElderLaw, PLLC, we know that estate planning can be confusing and overwhelming.
But estate planning is important. And many people have misconceptions about the process.
We are here to help you make sense of the process and create an estate plan that is customized to your unique needs and goals.
Here you will find out more about the estate planning documents available to you. When you come to our office for a free consultation, we can discuss what options may be best suited for you.
What Estate Planning Documents Do I Need?
You may feel overwhelmed by the numerous legal documents you have to create. These are some of the most important documents to have in place when planning for your future:
When To Start Estate Planning
Many of our clients have a common question: When should I start the estate planning process?
It is important to remember that estate planning is a customized process. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. When we meet with clients, we look at many things; their goals, their families, their finances, and their lives.
So could estate planning begin when a young couple has their first child? Yes. When a divorced individual gets remarried? Certainly. When a couple nearing retirement wants to review their plans to make sure it is congruent with their upcoming change in employment status? Absolutely.
You can start estate planning at any age or life stage in adulthood. Your needs will vary based on many factors, so it is important to work with an experienced attorney who can help you create a plan that works for you.