Estate planning involves making decisions today, so your loved ones don’t have to make them tomorrow. Many make the mistake of not planning ahead with a simple will or trust, which can result in added confusion and stress for loved ones who are already grieving.
We partner with leading estate attorneys in Carroll County, and can also work with your own trusted estate planning attorney, to ensure there is a tax efficient strategy in place for the transfer of your assets should you become disabled or deceased.
With estate planning we help you plan for the following:
Your instructions for your care if you were to become disabled.
Identifying who will be named guardian for minor children and how your financial assets are to be managed if you have a former spouse.
Strategies to continue to provide for family members with special needs.
Life insurance to continue to provide for your family in the event of your death.
Disability insurance to replace your income should you become disabled.
Long-term care insurance to help pay for your care in the event of an extended injury or illness.
The transfer or liquidation of a business should you become deceased.
Estate planning is not a one-time event. When life changes, as it often does, we re-evaluate your estate plan to ensure it continues to satisfy your wishes and the needs of your loved ones.
*Puckett & Sturgill Financial Group and LPL Financial do not provide legal advice or services. Please consult your legal advisor regarding your specific situation.