Wills & Estate Planning
Facing one’s own mortality is never easy, but proactive estate planning, such as preparing a Will and Powers of Attorney, is necessary to manage and distribute your wealth and to provide for your spouse, children, and loved ones should something happen to you.
Even where you already have a Will and Powers of Attorney, you should review them every few years or in the event of major life changes, such as marriage, divorce, the birth of a child / children, or acquiring significant assets, to ensure that your estate plan is current and in keeping with your wishes.
Contact Carnegie Law Office to help you plan and protect your estate legacy.
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