After you have children it’s very important to have a Will and legal documents in place. It’s not fun to think about something tragic happening to you but it’s best to have a plan in place for if something should happen. Taking the time now to be prepared with a written will is beneficial to the family members that are left behind.
Here’s a question for you, If you died today, would your family be prepared? It’s not something fun to think about but if something were to happen to both you and your husband, what would happen to your kids? Who would take care of them? What finances would they have set up for the future? You never know when an unexpected illness or accident can occur. It’s best to plan NOW. Thankfully the law offices of Lorie L. Burch are here to help.
If you do not have a Will in place and something happens to you and your husband, did you know that the court will determine the guardianship of your children? You will get no say in the matter because you did not have it written in a Will. Your kids could end up with some family member that you would never want them living with. That’s a scary thought!
If you do not have a Will in place, the state will determine who inherits your estate, and the court will appoint a trustee of your children’s inheritance. You do not want these to happen! Having a Will in place will help your children for the future.
These are just some of the negative side effects of not having a will in place. The law offices of Lorie. L Burch does not want this to happen. She is offering a 10% discount to all Plano Moms! Her law offices not only help with wills and trusts, but they also help with probates, powers of attorney, and estate planning. The time is now, start your planning today.
Lorie is a local Plano kid turned attorney who has a passion for helping families set up simple to comprehensive estate planning, including Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, and probate. As a mom herself, Lorie realizes how critical it is to protect and safeguard your children…especially if the unexpected happens. While it is difficult to confront these topics, Lorie prides herself on helping parents ensure that their children would be taken care of in the event of disability or death. Lorie has a down-to-earth and compassionate approach to each and every family and takes the time to explain all aspects of this planning that most parents often miss. She is very active in her community and is an accomplished business leader and volunteer outside of her law practice. Lorie’s mission is to make sure every parent puts this vital planning in place to have protection for their family, and peace of mind for themselves.