Irvine Estate Planning Lawyer
Planning for Your Family and Their Future
Estate planning is a necessary step when preparing for the future. At
Center for Mediated Divorce, our experienced Irvine estate planning attorneys can help you through
the legalities of protecting your assets, your family, and your intentions.
Our team understands that the process may be a sensitive or confusing
one, which is why we make the extra effort to ensure that each client
fully understands the estate planning process and feels confident that
their desires are being met.
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About the Estate Planning Process
Our Irvine estate planning lawyers are well versed in estate planning law
and regulation. We have helped numerous clients through the entire process,
answering their questions and ensuring that each step is completed. With
estate planning, it is essential that all bases be covered to protect
your family and assets effectively.
Our firm can handle the following aspects of the estate planning process:
- Will and Trusts
- Living Wills and Trusts
- Special Needs Trusts
- Powers of Attorneys
- Retirement Planning
If you have worked hard to build up your net worth and assets, it is imperative
that you have a plan. Estate planning can help preserve your legacy to
your family and heirs. Without a plan put in place, your desires may not
be clearly understood, and your loved ones will have to figure out what
to do next. With the help of our legal team, you can clearly lay out your
wishes and how you desire to support your loved ones after your passing.
What age should I start the estate planning process?
The first thing to note about estate planning is it’s never too early
to start. Many people assume that the process of planning begins later
in life or post-retirement, but the truth is anyone with a family and
assets, no matter the age, should have a plan in place. Being prepared
is not only smart, but it can also help protect your family if something
Are you 40 years old or younger? You can still benefit from estate planning
and here is how:
- If you and your spouse die unexpectedly, your underage children will benefit
from a plan. During the process, you can decide on matters such as guardianship
and support for them.
- Creating a will and a living will can help clearly establish your desires
and intentions. Even if you are still young and do not have many assets,
appointing trustees to handle your affairs and dividing what you have
can deter future misunderstandings.
- If you die unexpectedly, life insurance will greatly support your family.
Often, young families rely heavily on the income provided by the working
individuals, but if one of those individuals pass, life insurance can
help the family with the loss of income.
Contact Center for Mediated Divorce for Guidance
When you are ready to start the planning process, our experienced and dedicated
estate planning attorneys in Irvine are ready to assist. Unfortunately,
you never know what kind of twists and turns life will throw at you, which
is why it is so important to plan ahead and be prepared. Do not hesitate
to start your planning process.
Contact our Irvine office today by calling (714) 973-7917 and setting up a consultation with our