An Estate Plan isn't only for after you pass away. There are many circumstances that could interfere with your ability to make important decisions - such as a stroke, fall, serious temporary illness, Alzheimer's disease or dementia.
These examples are serious conditions - but not necessarily fatal. However, they could interfere with your ability to make important decisions by cause you to be incapacitated or be determined incompetent - temporarily, or permanently.
A comprehensive Estate Plan will account for all scenarios - foreseen and unforeseen.
At a minimum, a comprehensive Minnesota Estate Plan should include not only a Will but also a Power of Attorney, Minnesota Health Care Directive and Final Instructions.
The Maki Law Firm’s effective Minnesota Estate Planning packages will help you create a well thought-out and effective Minnesota Estate Plan which will cover foreseen and unforeseen events so you can Leave a Legacy of asset protection and smart decision-making that will be remembered and appreciated for generations to come!
Check out this important information on Minnesota Estate Planning:
Do I need an Estate Plan? A question everyone should ask themselves. Minnesota Estate Planning Attorney Scott Maki explains why every Minnesotan should have at least SOME kind of Estate Plan.
A Will is a good, and necessary, starting point for any Estate Plan. But there are many scenarios today that a Will ALONE simply cannot address
Why use a Trust when Wills are so much cheaper? A Will IS a basic, and necessary, part of any Estate Plan, but they're no match for the power of Trusts. These Top 14 Benefits of Trusts explain why!
Free MN Estate Planning 'Must Haves' Infographic!
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