Estate planning is really an ongoing process and should be started as soon as one has any measurable asset base. As life progresses and goals shift, the estate plan should move to be in line with new goals and new asset accumulations.

Don’t avoid and delay protecting your family.  Dying without a will or trust leaves no instructions on how your assets will be distributed.  Assets that don’t have a beneficiary will have to go through probate court which costs time and money, not to mention the psychological stress on the person that handles your estate.

Protecting your family when you are no longer living is possible.  You can leave a legacy of love that will last generations.  Talk to an Alliance Group Gardner Division professional today and begin securing your family’s future.