Responsible parents realize that they need to make plans in case tragedy should strike one or both of them. Often the rush of day to day living combined with the apprehension of visiting an attorney further delays the much needed estate plan. The trigger for completing their wills is often the couples’ first trip away from the baby. Often more thought goes into the instructions left to the babysitter than their first will. Right now, I am offering a complete package of a will, power of attorney, and an advance medical directive for parents of young children for two payments of five hundred dollars. This is a great gift for the family.
For more information on what an estate plan provides for a family, please visit estate planning.com for their November 28, 2012 post.