In Today’s World, It’s Important To Plan For The Future
If the events of 2020 taught us anything, it’s that we can never be too prepared. It is never too soon to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of should anything happen to you, and that people you trust are in a position to take care of you, should the need ever arise.
No one ever wants a tragedy to occur, but you can rest easy knowing that you have planned ahead for the tough times. Should you be hospitalized, who will make the important decisions about your care if you cannot? Should you be incapacitated, who will make sure that your affairs are properly handled? What happens when the unforeseen occurs?
Estate Planning Services
The team at Gleason Legal PLLC is here to make your estate planning process straightforward. Attorney Kelleigh Gleason offers sensitive counsel and advice and estate planning services such as the drafting of legal documents such as:
- Simple trusts
- Durable general power of attorney
- Durable power of attorney for health care
- Other advance directives
Don’t delay – it is never too early to plan ahead.
Contact Gleason Legal PLLC For A Consultation
When planning for the future is not prioritized, your family could be called on to make decisions on your behalf that they are not ready to make. If you die without a will, the distribution of your estate will be subject to New Hampshire’s probate laws. This could result in prolonging the settlement of your final affairs and even avoidable family disputes. Call Gleason Legal PLLC in Manchester at 603-819-5187 to speak with an experienced estate planning attorney. Alternatively, you may reach Attorney Gleason online to schedule a consultation.