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Derrick Turnsten

Estate planning just seems so grim though, doesn't it? What do you say to answer that sort of question when you get it?

Daniel T Fleischer, Esq.

Derrick- Thank you for your comment on my blog. I do not believe estate planning is grim because a mentor of mine used to tell me that estate planning is making sure that your client's assets are protected and that their affairs are in order. Most of my clients have worked their entire lives or very hard to accumulate their net worth and their number one concern is that their estate is not squandered away after they are gone OR if they become incapacitated OR are in the need of a nursing home. I am not 100% positive of many things in life, but I am 100% positive that each and everyone of us will eventually pass away. This is why it is essential to meet with a qualified estate planning attorney to ensure your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes and that you pick who is in charge of things. If you have have any further questions, please call me at 954-888-1747 or email at Daniel@411probate.com.

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