What are my first steps for Estate Planning?


You need to decide what motivates your visit with the attorney. One of the most common reasons people visit an estate planning attorney is to draft a Will, but you may also be curious about creating a Revocable Living Trust or drafting Powers of Attorney. Since a Will lists what assets go to which beneficiary, you need to have an idea of what property (real or personal) you own and to whom you want to receive the property.

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