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Wills can help express important end-of-life wishes

| Apr 15, 2019 | Wills |

Finding the right way to express certain wishes in any situation can be difficult. However, depending on the circumstances, ensuring that others know those wishes may be vital. For instance, California residents can greatly benefit from making their wishes known regarding serious issues with their health and end-of-life wishes. Wills, along with other planning tools, can help them express those desires.

Creating a will often springs first to mind for many people who are considering their estate plans. This document can certainly have a number of benefits, including designating who should receive property after a person’s death and appointing guardians for minor children. While it may be tempting to use online sites to create this document on one’s own, it is not always the best option because such sites often do not provide detail on other planning options.

Some individuals may not want or need to stop their estate planning at just creating their wills. In fact, it may make settling an estate more difficult only to have this document. Instead, individuals may want to look into creating trusts. This planning tool can allow parties to better protect assets and potentially prevent certain assets from going through probate proceedings.

While starting with wills is certainly wise, California residents may also want to go beyond that planning tool when considering end-of-life wishes. Gaining information on one’s own may be useful at first, but individuals may not be able to obtain the in-depth information they need to create comprehensive plans. They may instead want to enlist professional planning help from experienced estate planning attorneys.

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