Estate Planning Overview

Retirement is not too late to begin estate planning. Ideally, estate planning begins when you reach adulthood. However, frequently, parents will request basic estate documents for a child heading to college, like an advanced healthcare directive or a financial power of attorney.

General Information:

  1. When Should Someone Begin Estate Planning? Is Retirement Too Late?
  2. What Facets Of A Current Estate Plan Might Need To Be Updated?
  3. Is It Difficult To Name Your Children As Powers Of Attorney Or Executors?
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    Justin M. Gilbert, Esq.

    I have spent years delivering peace of mind, well thought out estate planning and asset protection solutions. I know how important it is to secure the future of your estate and finances. I have made it my mission to save my clients every dollar possible in court costs, attorney fees and taxes. With my expertise and commitment to excellence, your legacy is in good hands.

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