According to a new Caring.com survey, only 32.9% of U.S. adults currently have estate planning documents such as a trust or will. Settling the final affairs of a deceased person and distributing their assets to inheritors without a will, trust, or estate plan can bring about several challenges.
I have nearly three decades of experience helping people through their estate planning and probate cases. My office, based in Los Angeles, California, has given numerous people a new sense of security when planning their future.
Though no one wants to think about dying, establishing wills, trusts, and powers of attorney can save you — and your loved ones — time, money, and stress as your estate goes through probate. With an adequate estate plan in place, your loved ones can avoid legal complications and focus on what matters most.