Why Plan?

couple3Protect the People and Things Important to You

Your estate plan should provide detailed, clear, customized instructions for protecting your loved ones and handling your affairs.

Your plan communicates personal decisions. It’s about you, your family, their needs, and your goals. A good plan will do much more than just transfer financial wealth; it will pass along whole family wealth—your financial, spiritual, human and intellectual value. It will speak for you when you can’t be there.

Your plan provides important protection. Your plan will help your loved ones avoid the high cost and delay of probate and help minimize estate taxes. It’ll help distribute life insurance and retirement account pay outs. If you’re a business owner, it’ll provide for your succession. And if you’re a parent, your plan will give detailed instructions on caring for your children.

Your plan should give you peace of mind. Your plan will ensure that your wishes are carried out just as you’ve specified. It’s a gift tailored to protect your loved ones and to make a time of transition smoother and more comfortable.

Your plan is more than just a set of documents. Your plan is a set of life choices put down on paper. That’s why it’s important to work with a counseling-oriented attorney who takes the time to get to know you and your family. One who will design a plan that upholds your goals so that you can be confident you’ve protected the people and things important to you. Work with an attorney you like and trust. One who will be there to help keep your plan up-to-date and, more importantly, who will be there to help when your family needs it most.

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Young Adult or Parent of Minor Children
In the Prime of Life
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Handling A Loved One’s Estate
The Chubb Law Firm
1833 Iron Point Road, Suite 120
Folsom, CA 95630
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