Attorneys At Law

Attorneys practicing in and around the Chicagoland area. Experienced in the practice areas of Real Estate Law, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Litigation, Social Security Disability, Business Law, & Estate Law.

Attorneys At Law - Attorneys practicing in and around the Chicagoland area. Experienced in the practice areas of Real Estate Law, Mortgage Foreclosure Defense Litigation, Social Security Disability, Business Law, & Estate Law.

Estate Law

What Is Estate Planning and Why Do You Need It?

Estate Planning is the process whereby our attorneys assist our clients with making a plan to distribute their physical and financial assets upon their death, for the benefit of family members or loved ones. An estate plan is designed by preparing documents to conserve, protect, and distribute your assets, taking into consideration the effect of state tax, federal tax, administrative laws and regulations. Estate plans can also involve planning for the use of your assets for your care if you become unable to manage your affairs during your lifetime.

The fact of the matter is that regardless of wealth, everyone has an estate. In addition, virtually everyone should do some kind of estate planning. Whether you own a home, have some savings, or own any goods such as a car, furniture, or other form of personal property, you have an estate. Planning for the future will affect the financial security of your family members and loved ones. If you don’t plan for what happens to your estate upon your death, the government and/or a judge will make those decisions for you.

Contact an Experienced Estate Planning Lawyer Today

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced attorney regarding estate planning, please contact us today.

CONTACT US

PHONE: 630.858.0090

FAX: 630.858.0262

EMAIL: FAUSETT@FAUSETTLAW.COM

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