Do you have an estate plan for you and or your parents?
In life we can all agree that there is one guarantee. We all will pass on.
It is hard enough to grieve the loss of a loved one, it is also another to have to go through an arduous task of sorting out all the after-death assets, bank accounts and estate issues that arise. This is a very easy process if there was an estate plan in place prior to death. It lays out the deceased wishes after death and who is to execute these wishes.
All too many times a loved one or family member dies without a will or estate plan to instruct our loved ones. It is estimated that only 42% of Americans have a will.
Don’t wait till its too late, speak with an estate planning attorney and address the wishes of your parents and yourself.
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Healthcare Proxies
- Asset Protection
Elder Law Attorney in Massachusetts
Avoid Probate in MA
As your loved ones grow older, protecting their assets is very important and we understand this issue very well. For many years, our law firm has helped protect elderly and their assets. There are many ways to protect the ones you love, and the money that they have spent their life working for. A living trust will help you to avoid probate. A trust will allow all of the deceased assets such as their car, bank accounts, and home be handled by the trustee that was appointed and called as successor trustee.
Attorney Celozzi is an experienced estate planning lawyer in Worcester MA and Milford MA. The Celozzi law office can prepare an estate planning for you, and with our attention to detail will ensure that nothing is left unprotected. No matter the size of the estate, we work hard to come up with a comprehensive plan that is legally binding. This will allow you to relax and enjoy your loved one’s golden years without the fear of them being taken advantage of.
While no one likes to think about their loved ones falling ill, preparing for the worst is in the best interest of everyone involved. But we can help shelter your family from the burden of making last minute medical decisions by setting up medical directives before illness is an issue. These rules that will be set up by your loved ones will allow you follow their wishes. Contact estate planning lawyer Celozzi today to discuss your situation.