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Estate Planning Efforts Can Pay Off Later

Thinking about estate planning is not at the top of the list for many people. It might seem as though planning for something that is likely years away is not a good use of your time. Of course, we never know what the future will hold, and having a plan in place that details your wishes can provide peace of mind for the loved ones you leave behind.

In many cases, people will consult with me when major life events occur: the birth of a baby, for example, or the decision to retire. However, this is not a requirement for getting your affairs in order. People at any stage of their life can benefit from working with an estate planning attorney at my Owensboro firm, Steven S. Crone Attorney At Law.

Representing Individuals And Families For More Than 30 Years

It might be tempting to think of estate planning merely as the drawing up of a will. While this is an important component of the process, there is more to it than that. Some common estate planning considerations include:

  • Powers of attorney
  • Living wills
  • Health care directives
  • Guardianships and conservatorships
  • Possible disputes surrounding wills and trusts

As a lawyer who has been practicing in Kentucky for decades, I know how important it is to make sure that the documents you prepare are valid so that your wishes can be carried out after your death. Having a will that is left open to scrutiny can lead to conflicts and draw out the process of settling your estate.

No matter how far you are from retirement or what your family situation is, it is important to make sure your estate plan is in place. Please call me at 270-215-2543 or contact me online to get the process underway.

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