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Your estate is your world.  It is everything you own and control. Planning your estate means planning for you, and the people and things you care about.

Do you want to stay in control of your own estate?

Estate planning starts with lifetime planning: ensuring your control of your property while you are alive and well. It also means thinking now about what might happen when you are alive and no longer well, as well as about what might happen when you are no longer alive. 

Estate planning is a lot like building a house.  Builders don’t generally work on the walls and roof of a house while it is raining or cold.  They like to work while the sun is shining, so that there will be shelter later – when it is needed.   Is it a sunny day with you?  Would you like to get ready to start building?  Feel free to browse this site.  You might want to look at my blog.  If you are ready to start designing, you might  want to call to make an appointment.  

Estate planning includes thinking about what the legal "weather" is likely to be.   Could it rain liabilities, flood taxes?  Is your estate structure solid enough to withstand the earthquake of a family disagreement?  What about the lightning of a medical emergency? 

If you already have things set up, but are not sure whether your estate planning structure is legally "weather proof," feel free to contact me to make an appointment for a consultation. 

Maybe you are facing an emergency now.  You need help, and you don't want to wait until the sun is shining to get the situation fixed.  Call or email me and I will see what I can do to help.  It may not be too late to improve the situation.