Creating An Estate Plan Is An Act Of Love
It is an unfortunate fact that tens of thousands of Americans die every year with no will or other estate planning documents in place. At my law firm — the Law Office of Barbara J. Dibble, in Fullerton — we get that: No one wants to think about their own death. However, failing to plan ahead when you are healthy and of sound mind can create stress and financial strain for the loved ones you leave behind.
Understanding Your Needs And Achieving Your Objectives
Estate plans have a number of options to achieve people’s diverse objectives. We will talk through your family and financial situation in order to match you with the estate planning tools that accomplish your goals. I use the skills I have honed as a former teacher to explain things clearly and answer questions thoroughly.
Also Handling Probate And Trust Administration
Don’t Procrastinate Any Longer
Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request, and I am happy to travel to meet with you wherever it is convenient for you, whether it is at your home, a hospital or an assisted care facility.
Does Your Existing Plan Accomplish Your Goals?
If you have an existing estate plan in place that has not been reviewed in the past five years, it is a good idea to have it reviewed to be sure it still achieves your objectives.