What About the Kids?

We all procrastinate. However, when it comes to estate planning, and particularly drafting a Will, it seems to get worse. Many couples think they are too young to need a Will or any kind of estate planning. But, as I have discussed in earlier columns and as was driven home to me this past week when a good friend and client was tragically killed, no one is too young to consider some estate planning.

WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO DISCUSS YOUR CASE HONESTLY AND THOROUGHLY WITH YOUR ATTORNEY

It is important to be completely honest and thorough when discussing your case with your attorney. Your attorney can only help you if he knows all the facts, good and bad, regarding your case. You must realize there may be important issues presented by your case that you aren’t even aware of. Your attorney must …