“Human decision making is complex. On our own, our tendency to yield to short-term temptations, and even to addictions, may be too strong for our rational, long-term planning.” Peter Singer
Our firm regularly drafts over 200 specialized wills, power of attorneys, and trusts each year. The attorneys at Reed & Reed, P.C. have the experience to advise on the best ways to protect your assets and prepare the appropriate estate plan for you to be ensure your assets pass to those you choose while minimizing probate and estate taxes.
Our firm’s elder law practice includes:
- All aspects of estate planning
- Estate & trust administration
- Advance medical directives: living wills, medical powers of attorney, and organ donation
- Disability planning
- Financial powers of attorney
- Establishment of life estates in real estate
- Medicaid & asset protection planning
- Guardianships, conservatorships, and related accountings
As this relates to estate-planning, it is very easy to procrastinate and not get a proper and effective estate plan in place. It is easy to think short-term rather than thinking about what could happen to us during our lifetime that may cause problems for us, or family, or our loved ones as years go by. By having at least a basic estate plan in place, you provide numerous protections for both yourself and for your family and loved ones for years into the future.
One of the best pieces of advice we can give about estate planning is to get it done today as no one knows exactly what the future holds.
At Reed & Reed, P.C. we get to know you and your family. We ask questions and listen deeply to understand your unique, individual situation and work with you to develop an effective estate plan to accomplish your goals. Our experience combined with evaluating your individual needs enable us to develop a unique estate plan for you that protects your assets and family today and into the future.