Why Make A Plan for Your Estate?
Your estate is comprised of everything you own: car, house, investments, and everything in between. As long as you’re there to take care of it, your estate is safely under your control. But what happens to your estate when you’re not there to take care of it? Creating a plan today can help avoid confusion about what you want to have happen to your estate.
Without a plan, your estate will be divided in accordance with Michigan law instead of you pre-determining what happens to the estate that you built. Furthermore, administrative costs associated with the division of your property come out of your estate and can exceed the cost of hiring an attorney to draft a last will. With this in mind, it seems clear that the best thing to do for your family is to make a plan today for whatever may come tomorrow. The best gift that you give your heirs is not something that is listed in your will or trust, it is your will or trust. Why? Because settling the difficult details in advance avoids conflict later on. Most estate planning attorneys can tell horror stories about the family that failed to create an adequate estate plan, only to have the heirs litigating for years and suffering from the broken relationships that resulted.
Earning Your Estate Was Hard. With Our Help, Protecting It Can Be Easy.
The Michigan probate attorneys of Kronzek & Cronkright, PLLC can streamline the estate planning process, reducing the amount of hassle and stress your loved ones have to endure. We’ll help you understand the law, how it will affect the planning process, and what options you have when planning your estate.
With our trusted professional attorneys on your side, you’ll be able to rest easy knowing exactly how your estate will be distributed. Our experienced team of estate planning attorneys have been helping families for many years. We will bring the same level of expertise to your case, simplifying the process as much as possible for you and your family.
The First Step Toward a Protected Estate
The estate planning process begins whenever you’re ready. If you have any questions or concerns about planning your estate, fill out the contact form on our website. You can also call our offices at 1-517-886-1000 and ask to speak with one of our probate attorneys for a free initial consultation.